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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1907)
R. E. SHINE, Vise Prêt
l. H HAZRAD, C ubie
Mrs. Jack Ward was up from ihe A J SHERWOOD P ro .
D. P. Strang, Jr., came up from
lower river Thursday.
Maaon jar rubber» and lids at T.
Fresh vegetables at Lnnd&Lyons'
O F C O Q U I I a L B , O R E G O N .
H. Mehl k Co.’s store.
D- F- DEAN. EDI TOR AND PROPRIETOR — Second street, Coquille.
Straw and crash bats, canvas
I. Nordstrom was up from Park
shoes for women, men and children
Board of Directors.
C ou n ty O fficial P aper. ersburg on Thursday.
at J. VV. Leneve’s.
Full line of Diamond W canned
R. C. Dement,
A . J. Sherwood,
National Bank o f Commerce, New York City j
P U B L IS H E D E VK U Y W E D N E SD A Y .
L . H . Hazard, ! Crocker W ool worth N ’l Bank, San Francisco
goods at O. Wilson and Co’s.
the easiest on the feet. Robinson
It. K. Shine, i First N at’l Bank o f Portland, Portland, Oi
Captain Harvey James was up handles the Chippewa.
D e v o te d t o *b e m aterial and sooial up
b u ild in g o f th e O oq a ille V elley particularly from Bandon on Thursday.
F ob SALE. Two fine bay mares,
• a d o f C oos O ou nty gen era lly.
S u bscrip tion, p er.year, in advanoe, $1.60
Oyster shells and
for weight 1300 each. Will sell one or
both. S. M. Rowan, Arago.
chickens at O. Wilson k Co’s.
Phone, Main 55.
Knowlton has on band a largo
Miss Tucker, the Arago postmis
Mrs. Wm. Grow was over from tress, was in Coquille on Saturday. stock of choice clover seed at the
owest price possible for choice seed.
Coaledo on Friday.
Suits mad i to fit, wear and have
Dermain will positively cure dan
8. J. McCloskey, the Norway style aud snap to them at Robinson’.
druff, mak-> the hair grow and stop
merchant, was in town Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Moland, of falling. At Slocum’s Drug Store.
New line of ladies' ties at Robin Marshfield, went to Bandon Thurs
F ob S ale .
60 cores of land, 20 j
acres bottom. Situated on newly j
V. E. Hixson, of the lower river,
Buster Brown Blue Ribbon pat
M e a lls a t a l H o u r s
finished rail road survey. Within a F ir s t -C la s s
ent leather Oxford ties for boys at few minutes ride by rail from the j
S e r v ic e .
F r o m 6 a m to 9 p m .
was a Coquille visitor on Friday.
towns cf Prosper and Bandon,where
Fruit jars, tops and rubbers at
Dr. Straw, Marshfield’s popular realestate is rapidly changing bands 1
Land k Syons'
at fabulous prices, and new indus
W. T. Kerr, our popular merch Mayor, was a Coquille visitor on
tries springing up on every band.
ant and business man made a trip
C. A H A R R IN G T O N , P roprietor.
One quarter mile from store, post
Soap! Soap! Soap!
Call at Land office and best country icbool in Co.
to the bay Thursday.
k Lyons’ for soap. They can sup Milk and cream taken from ranch
W e ffla k e R a te s to
S p e c i a l A t t e n t i o n G iv e n to
For first-class watch repairing to
ply your wants.
R e g u la r B o a r d e r s .
landing daily’ by steamer to choice
C ö f n m e r e i a l P eople
to W. H. Sobroeder's.
B obn . On Binck creek, July 25, to a number of A 1 creameries. A
The steamer Elizabeth came in
1907, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles My snap where money can be double!
Thursday from San Francisco and
in a year or two easy. Underlaid
ers, a daughter.
with coal of the Beaver Hill fields.
will be due again in a few days.
Your monej back if ‘White River’ Address this office.
If your want a good cup of coffee flour is not satisfactory, Geo. A.
try that Amber coffee at Land cfc Robinson.
Frank Fahy, cashier of the Ban-
Teachers W an ted
This county is being organized
don bank, had business at the bay
by a force of private detectives affil
Thursday. He returned Friday.
Applications will be received by iated with the oldest, strongest and
P. E. Drane keeps puffed rice, the clerk of school district No 6, best detective organization in the
a delicious dish for breakfast and Empire, Oreg., for the position of
World. One good man is wanted
for sick folks.
principal and assistant. References in each town and school district.
We guarantee better work at lower prices,* than can be had elsewhere.
Henry Sengstacken, the Coos must accompany applcations.
Experience not needed, but must
Do not order monumental work until you have
bay realestate and abstract man,
Full time not re
visited the county seat on Thursday.
quired. Opportunity to make good
Gall and examine the stitch-down
Stimulation without Irritation
money to right parties.
Loggers Shoe made at Chippewa
Address: Superintendent, box 2,
That is the watchword. That is
Falls, Wisconsin. Robinson’s store.
D a vid F u lton L o ca l A gent. C oqu ille. O regon
what Orino Laxitive Fruit Syrup
Myrtle Point, Or.
Hardee Mast and Fred Brown does- Cleanses and stimulates the
who is down from Tacoma making bowels without irritation in any
him a visit, were in town one day form. Sold by E. J. Slocum,
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W hen You W a n t Good Coal Buy
FIR ST N A T IO N A L B A N K
x > o o o ^ o o o o o o o < ^ o o o o o co o o <
DR. W E T M O R E ’S
T A IL O R
/ am prepared to treat ah
Medical and Surgical Cases.
Anyone wishing house moving or
other heavy work done can be ac
commodated by calling on H. L.
E . A. Williams, late owner of the
Schweers place, came over from
Coos River Thursday and transacted
business in Coquille.
Quick Relief to Asthma Sufferers
Foley’s Hhney and Tar affords
immediate relief to asthma suffer
ers in the worst stages and if taken
in time will effect a cure.
by E. J. Slocum.
NOTICE OF G U ARD IAN ’ S SALK.
Duprey’s Celery Headache Pow-
Notice is hereby given that in pursu
ders, give instant relief. Price 25 ance of an order made by the county
cents. R. 8 . Knowlton, Coquille eourt of the State of Oregon, in and for
the county of Coos, made and entered
City; C. Y. Lowe, Bandon.
Mrs. J. T. Jenkins, of Bandon,
paseed through town early last week
en route to Bellingham, Washing
ton, to see her two oldest daugh
ters who live in that place.
When you wish to put in an or
der for some fresh groceries, don’t
forget to ring up the Enterprise
Meat Market, they keep them.
Rev. G. H. Roach, of Bandon,
who had been off for hiB annual
month’s vacation, passed through
town Thursday on his return home
He attended the National conven
tion of the Christian Eodeayer at
A bargain if sold soon—Steamers
Echo and Welcome and barge and
my boat business between Myrtle
Point and Coquille. Inquire of C.
H. James, on board steamer.
in the journal of said court on the 5th
day of April, 1907, in the matter of the
estate and guardianship of Maud A.
Harry, Edna Iierl Harry, Joseph Lane
Harry, Nettie May Harry and Herbert
Leland Harry, minor heirs at law of
Hannah Harry, deceased, the under
signed, duly appointed, qualified and
acting guardian of the persons and
estates of said minors, will sell at public
auction to the highest and best bidder
for cash, on Thursday, the 22ond day
of August, 1907, at the hour of ten
o ’clock in the forenoon, at the court
house door, at Coquille City, now the
City of Coquille, in Coos county .Oregon,
all the following described real estate
belonging to said minors to wit: E>£ of
SEVf of 8. 28, Tp. 27 8. ol R. 12, W. of
the Willamette Meridian in Coos county,
Oregon ; also lots numbered three, four,
five and six, in block eight of North Ad
dition to the town of Coquille City, now
the City of Coquille, in Coos county,
Oregon, Dated in said county and state
this 20th day of July, 1907.
G . W . H akhy .
The people of Tillamook are pre
paring to give a fair that will ade
quately set forth the resources, in
dustries and enterprise of thit too-
long isolated and neglected section
I can furnish the following Thor
of the commonwe dth of Oregon.
The managers of the fair are bring oughbred eggs at $2 per setting.
ing enthusiasm energy anil a sense Pekin Ducks,
of the value of advertising to the
work in hand.
Rhode Island Reds,
One fine driving mare
Barred Plymouth Rocks
7 years old, one thoroughbred Dur
Egg» shipped anywhere in the
ham cow and a fine bull bluod Pol county. Send in your order now.
and China male hog. 0 months old,
entitle to registration.
W, 8 Jean, near Johns m’s mill.
beautifully illusi.-atrd, good stories
and interesting articles about $1.50
California and all the far West. » ycai
TOWN AN0 COUNTRY JOURNAL
a monthly publication containing
plain, easily-understood articles
on the home, garden, farm and $0.50
range — of interestto every mem a year
ber ol the family — filled with
photographs and pictures.
A!! three f o r ................. $1.50
ADDRESS ALL ORDERS TO
S UNSET M A G A Z I N E
X?,TiK. ,h rc® Hen H elps m ake
’0. ' rv P rofitable.
D on't be sat-
isfied with less than «2 p rofit per
je a r from each and every hen you
„ f e e .M r-'- Hen will earn the 22
Klve her a chance.
iJeln her with L illy 's Rest Poultry
win he In gait.
to keep up an ogg-a-day
I aint a board under her roost once
or tw ice a week with Lilly's Best
H will rid the hen-
. ,'!f 'e rm ln .
L illy's Best
Insect Powder, applied to hen or
chicks, pays fo r Itself tw enty-fold
ee Hen Helps, like all
LI ly s Best Goods, are m ade on
sale b y * * 1 f° r th * coa st-
Tj®?r J yo,n.
7 n * V,1
Breakwater passenger list from
Marshfield for Portland Thursday:
D. T Flynn, wife and two child
ren; D. A. Curry, C. H. Chad bourne
W. P. Porep, W. Yerian, Mrs. L.
D. McGee, Mrs. C. J. Millie,
Miss Smith, Mrs. Drake, Mrs. E. J.
Boishee, Elsie Boishee, Mr. A. Far-
rin and wife, Gladys Farrin, Mrs.
E. Monta, Miss Irma Bearce, Mrs
C. J. Besonti, D. A. Hunt, Mrs. D.
A. Hunt, Mrs. A. E. Baird, Florence
Boyri, W. G. Brown, C. 8. Thatch
er, W. I. Spencer, Mrs. W. I. Spen
cer. Miss. Eva Sehroeder, Miss Flor
ence Atkinson, G. NV-egard, Dr. W.
A. Toye, F. O. Roper and wife, W.
J. Rohrer acd wife, Mr». R. Robin-
■ >u, Mias Robin-on, A. A Courte
nay, A. A. Courtenay Jr., Mrs I) \i<.
Mrs O Sumner, Tom Patter» n,
W. A. Bearer, A. L. Hull and wife
D. D. Fag'in, Fatb> r Donelly, Fath
er Curley, Joe Kniseraml wife, Clar
ence Monta, L. II. Reed, L. Croxton,
J. II. Davis, 8. C. Mile». |) C. Gib
son, E. W. Helm, (}. H. Chaney,
W. T. Greunow; eight steerage.
E X P E R IE N C E
D e s ig n s
C o p y r i g h t s Ac.
An yon« WiMttnf a ak«tch and (Hmcrlntlon may
qnlckly aacartaln our opinion fr«e whether an
I n rant Inn la prokably putamab;«. 0 > n n m M »
tlonaatrldl*conftdanMal. HANDBOOK on I'atanta
•ant fran. Oldaat agency f.»r aecurtn« patent*.
Patent« taken tnmuah Munn <k Co. racalra
•preuti nottca, without c harge. In tb#
A handaotnaly 11 In at m i ad weakly. I.* nr eat cir-
— o f any actenrtfle Journal. Tarma. 93 a
Mold by all new ¿dealer*.
Fresh and Salt Meats.
We are headquarters for everything in the meat line.
wants always receives prompt attention.
PEART’ S COAL
will give you com-
/ plete protection
and long service
You cant afford
to buy any other
Ths bast dealers sell It
COQUILLE VALLEY PACKING CO.
WHEN IN NEED OF
Pittenger & W ard
FIN E S T A T IO N E R Y
N O R TH BEND, ORE.
The only Compete line of
TO ILET ARTICLES.
M ILL and LOGGING
Know lton’s Drug Store.
In the County
L. H. PEARCE
The N ew
B ak ery
H A R N E 5 S -H A K E R
M yrtle Point, Ore.
A complete stock of Harness, Saddles, Collars, etc., always
on hand. Also carry a stock of tents, wagons covers, horse
covers, lap robes and everything usually found in a first
We keep Bread, Cakes and Pies on hand at all times.
Order- for extra baking filled on short notice
by phone delivered promptly.
Bakery opposite the
Mill Slnre, Front street.
MKS. N ETT[13 MEEK El’, PUOPU1I3TKESS,
D K A L E R IN
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
A.11 k i D d s of Bicycle Fixtures.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Washington, D. C.
Everything found in a first-class Grocery. Prices the 'owest
consistent with good aoods.
S E C O N D A N D H A L L S T S .,
E . L . T O Z IE R
C O Q U IL L E .
HARNESS and EXTRAS
Before purchasing Har
ness elsewhere, get our prices.
Accepted throughout the civilized world
ss the most universally satisfactory il-
Moat C<»i‘V* nif nt, ni»«i
CHEAPEST light known.
UNITED S T A T E S
E. J. TOTTEN & CO.
F lo u r and. F e e d .
Gent»’ Wheels to Rent
— IN T H E -----
WE will sell jrout frrm, home, or huaineaa
property wherever situated. Send for our
blank to give description o f «une and have it
listed with us. We havo buyers for property
all over the United States and your farm, home
or business property ma y bo juet what our
customers want. Ir you want to buy a farm,
home or business pnperty. write us to-day
what you want ami in what state, county, or
town you want to locate. W > ’ ;«ue a new
booklet o f farms, homes andbtu ’ess property
that, we have for sale every mon h n t l sent on
request. You nnd better have your farm, home
•"■oiiicwi » property
i r o p c r i y ii.»ipu
i m us
u » for
l o r o our
u r next
iaaue. If you need the service c f an attorney
before the Patent Office or other branch«« of
the Ciovemment h this city, we will (rive you
the name of a reliable firm. Write today.
NKW A N D SECOND Syrup, Tobacco, Cigars, etc.
full line of
Repairing of Harness and Shoes.
at Kerr’s Store
MAKE NO MISTAKE
Is now open for the recep
tion of patients. T h e terms
are $10 per week and
upwards. For particular»
Dr. W ETMORE,
A C H O IC E L IN E
AT NOHTH BEND
For Further Particulars Address
D e a le r in
A eeou ehe*
Monumental Works. _ PIONEER MEAT MAR RET
r Y -v
The Mercy Hospital
Sisters of Mercy
m a d e ton
Train Nurses in Attendance.
ROAD OF A THOUSAND W0N0ERS
a book of 75 pages, containing
120 colored photographs of $ 0 . 7 5
picturesque spots in California ________
Total . . . $ - . / 7
R a te s
m e n t.
F ob S ale .
S p « « l« l
C . H . B A N N IN G
ELOiJR AND PEED.
That furnished bv the
R IV E R
olaas and i.p to date in • very respect.
The rates place it within. reach of nil
E L E C T R IC
GIVE ME A CALL
FRANK MORSE, Prop. COQUILLE. ORE.