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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1908)
LOCAL N E W S .
Buy a B L K. Milking Machine
A . L. N"sler the Bridgi tnercli-
business in Coquille s day
E. A r n ie n n . of Myrtle Poii.t, wont of T. II. Mebl A Co.
The Coquille Educational League
New Straw und crut-h lia ta at to the bay Saturday.
Myers Spray Pumps will arrive or so last week.
called to order, ou Friday, by
at T. H. Mehl A Co’s next week.
, , ,
R ob in son has his shelves loaded the president Mrs. Chase.
L. W. Culbertson, of North Bend,
B. E. Hamptton, of Myrtle Point, came over by Monday’s train
Mr. Wm. Bradford representing with Brown Shoe Co’s shoes, and
After tbe usual routine of busi
was in this city on Saturday.
Lewis Bros A Co. of Spokane, has they are right up to the minute.
Mr. Win. Bradley of Spokane is taken charge of Mrs. M. Nosler's
Board and Lodging by day or week. Neat, Clean and Cozy Rooms.
the following program was
S. J. Culver, of Bandon, bad busi registered at tbe Wickham.
For good dairy ranches, good
Special aft. ution given banquets and midnight suppers.
ness at the County sent last Friday.
farm or city property, call at the
County Treasurer J. B. Dulley the entire stock within the Dext ten
Bread furnished on orders.
Central Real Estate Exchange, B.
Garden seeds at Skeels’.
has been ill for several days.
B. Pauli, manager.
Drill Lullaby—First Grade Pupils:
Ilay Dement, of Myrtle Point,
Robinson has his new spring
Fits against Miss Fits. Order
Cut prices—Ladies’ felt fur-top Recitation— Edna Harlocker; Mr.
was a Coquille visitor on Saturday.
stock of Men's Hats opeped up.
your spring and summer suits from ped slippers $2 00, now $1.45; $1.75 Stanley, being out of town, was un
Land k I.vens for Garden Seed.
P. E. Drane. Satisfaction guarioteed now $1.25; $1 50 now 95if; $1.00
If you want silence cloth for
able to preseut his paper, upon the
A J. Radabuugh, of near Norway jo u r dining Table Robinson has it.
Mrs. M Nosier has placed der en now 75c at Robinson's this week.
subject, “ Beautifying of the Schcol
was a county seat visitor on Mon
Robinson’s store has just got lots tire stock of goods in the hands of
Grounds.” The time was devoted
of shoes and it is no (rouble to show Lewis Bros. A Co. of spokane and
Notice is hereby given that sealed to a general discussion of the sub
the entire stock will be closed out bids will !>e received for the constrution
Laundry Tablets at Skeels & Son’s them.
regardless of cost. Those hunting of concrete piers at the South Slough ject by Supt. Bunch, Mr. Daring,
Real Bargains await those who
Davo McNair was down from the for bargains will do well to investi Kerry according to the plans and speci Mr. Knowlton, Mrs. Belloni and
attend tbe closing out sale at Mrs. Myrtle Point section one day last
fications on file with the County Clerk others.
It was decided that Mr.
of Coos County, Oregon. Five per cent Stanley be asked to present his pa
F ine and P lain S ewino , At home of bid to hs deposited with bid.
per at the next League Meeting.
Sauer kraut on sale at Robinson’s.
New Spring styles in all kinds
All bids to be filed with the County
on the T bridge, by Mrs. Emma
Clerk of Coos County, Oregon, on or
Mrs. John Walstrom and daugh
before the 7th day of April, A. D. 1908,
ter, Miss Ella, of Parkersburg, were
Mis. S. Mundy, of Bandon, vis
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
at 10 o ’clock A. M.
in town on Friday.
ited up the riyer last week return
is hereby given that the Fat
County Court reserves the right
er floor of the Herman hall in Myr to The
Elk Drainage District will receive sealed
reject anv and all bids.
All should see Drun’s notv spring ing Monday.
tle Point, and will move his entire
Dated at the Court House at the City bids for tiie construction of a drainage
J Robinson has a big assortment of skating outfit and begin Thureday
of Coquille, Cooe County, Oregon, this system in said district, in Coos County,
Fred Nelson of the Coos Bay
night March 19. T ‘ie young folks 14tli day of March A. I). 1908.
Oregon, which will include the follow ing:
Iron Works, at Marshfield, wsb in
M. H. Hersey’s 5, 10 aud 15 cent will miss the link here as it was
One main canal 33 feet wide, 8712 feet
Coquille on Saturday’.
racket tables are loaded with new about the only amusement there
ditch, 14 feet wide, 6800 feet long
We have tbe shoes that wear at stock.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR.
Ditches 22440 feet long, 8 feet wide.
Ditches 4620 feet l“ ng, 4 feet wide.
We have the coffee and tea that
Dixie Passes Away
Notice is hereby given that sealed
Containing in all of said ditches, ap
bids will be received tor constructing i
Mrs. Cbas. tloomaw returned have the drinking quality at Skeels
109,000 cubic yards.
Little Dixie Wilson, the eleven- concrete walk 10 feet wide from the en
Friday from a visit with Mrs Hen
The right of way of all ditches to be
Swell assortment ladies shirt year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs, trance of the Court House to the street
cleared three times the width of the
ry Johnson, of Lampa.
waists and muslin Underwear, at Jeff Wilson, of this city, passed away on the south side of the Court House ditch.
block, also from the north entrance of
Drain keeps on hand fresh bread Robinson’s.
Saturday evening after an illness the Court House to the street on the
The width of all ditches is taken at
tiie bottom, and are to be excavated to
pies, cakes and cookies
Two nice large liviqg rooms un
two branch walks on the south side of tiie level of extreme low tide, and hav
Hon. J. 8. Coke, was over from furnished. Inquire at M. H. ner from which she suffered was spinal the Court House to the basement en ing side slopes of 45’ .
The average depth of ditches lias been
Marshfield Saturday, having luisi- sey’s Store.
trances 4 feet in width.
which baffled the skill of her
estimated at approximately, 5 6-10 feet.
ness at the county seat.
Five per cent of amount of bid to be
All ditches to be dug along the lines
George Pope was down the Fish-
and at the places indicated by the pians,
For fine clean black seedoats ap trap section on Monday sod re ducted by Rev. W. Horsfall on Sun deposited with county clerk witli bid.
All bids to be filed with the County map and survey of said drainage system
ply to E. B. Fish, Arago.
membered tbe H e iu l d in a substan day. the interment being at the Ma Clerk of Coos County, Oregon, on or now on file in the office of the County
sonic cemetery. The family have before the 7th day of April, 1908, at 10 Clerk of Coos County, Oregon.
E . Heuckendorff, the Prosper tial manner.
o ’clock A. M ..
Bids will be considered for the com
shipbuilder, was in Coquille a day
If you want a good, serviceable the sympathy of the entire commun
The County Court reserves the right plete system or any portion thereof.
or so the last of the week.
snappy, up-to-uate suit of clothes
Any and all successful bidders will
Dated at the Court House at the City
Elegant line of new gloves just Robinson has them.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Banter sailed of Coquille, Coos County, Oregon, this he required to enter into written con
tracts and give bonds witli good and
in at the White House.
If you want a watch coma and
A. C. Lukens, the contractor and on the last Breakwater north bound, 14th day of March, A. D . 1908.
sufficient sureties for the faithful per
formance of their contracts.
The steamer Flizabeth arrived in builder, will soon begin tbe con being in their way to the Puget
our stock. We will sell
All bids to be forwarded in Sealed en
the Coquille from San Francisco on struction of a large warehouse for sound country, where Mr. Baxter
velopes to J. AV. Mast, secretary of Fat you one at the right priuj an 1 gutr
J. A. Lamb on his property at the
Friday and sailed Monday.
Elk Drainage District, Bandon, Coos
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
foot of Second street.
County, Oregon, by April 30th, 1908.
antee every one.
For first-class watch repairing to
Notice is hereby given that sealed
Rights reserved to reject any and all
bids will be received for the improve bids.
to W. H. Schroeder’s.
Hats! Hats!! Hats!!! All kinds
Series of Accidents
We will also do you an honest
ment and constructson of a portion of
Dated March 4,1908.
Capt. McCloskey, the Myrtle of new hats at Drane’s Store, Also
a b i e k , President, job of Watch Repairing.
It seems that Coos county’B annu
Point hardware dealer, was a Co geuts’ furnishing goods.
12, Coos County, Oregon, according to
J. W . M a s t , Secretary,
al epidemic of accidents has made the specifications on file with County
E d J ohnson ,
quille business visitor on Friday.
Oscar Moon who was taken ill at
Board of Trustees
Heinze’s sour pickles in bulk at
season, but surely seems to be here. such specification in the hands of E. N.
As we went to press last week Geo. Harry, Hupervisor of Road District No.
and brother for treatment.
We have constantly on hand a
12. Five per cent, of amount of bid to
N. Goodrich was hurt severely at be deposited with bid.
Mrs. J. L. Randleman and chil getting along nicely now.
of Columbia and Edison Phono
All bids to be filed with the connty
dren, of Norway, were passengers
A new line of doll heads including first thought fatally, but the pres Clerk of Coos County, Oregon, on or
to the lower river by Friday’s Lib all the sizes also many other new ent indications are that he will re before the 7th day of April, 1908, at 10
tops just opened at Herseys store.
W. H. SCHROEDER.
cover, of which his many friends will
The County Court reserves the right
“ Dement’s Bast flonr i s the kind
George Conger who recently re be pleased to learn.
Opposite Hotel Coquille
On Thursday afternoon C. M. Ca- to reject any and all bids.
tired from the livery business in this
Dated this 14th day of March A. D
vill, a late arrival from Coeur de
Martin Randleman, of Parkers city, has gone to his old home in Alene, Idaho, while getting ready 1908.
Indiana to visit tbe scenes of his
E. N. Harry,
burg, was a Coquille visitor on Sat younger days, and relatives and to assist McDuffee A Ford to paint
Road Supervisor and Special Road Mas
the O. K. Creamery building a mile ter of Road District No 12.
urday, having business at the ooun- friends.
above tc/Wn, got a fall from the
Youths, and men’s suits and over swinging stage which resulted in
GET A I. & S. BING SUIT THIS
“ Dement’s Best” is the flour coats at all prices and all kinds at bis death about twelve hours later.
in this world. W e allow our
Drane sells it.
W. T. Kerr’s.
CUSHION _ _
He had only been in town a few
selves to become nervous and
Capt. Heuckendorff, the ship
J. Doore, a late arrival from Ash days and had worked some with
fretful. Weeds o f care over
builder, is an asperant for tbe nom land, Wisconsin, was in this city a Chas. Matbeson on the Nosier build
You’ll find that a I A S B Suit mors
run the garden o f the heart
ination for sheriff on the Republi few days last week looking at the ing but on Thursday went to help
when they should never be
fully meets your ideas of what a good
PATENTED . JULY 2 » » I 9 0 T V
country. He is highly pleased with on the other job.
allowed to take root.
suit ought to be than any you have
One day the latter part of last K O T O W e n '
” fo r w o m en
J. W. Meadows, of Arago, made the looks of our section.
A Great Deal of the
dences of a mild and beautiful win week a mac by the came of Pickett
ever worn. I & S B clothes are cut
our office a pleasant call as ho was
ter were apparent to him.
T o see while offbeariog from the slab saw
Present Eye Trouble
from best of fabrics, sma rtly tailored
on his return from Coaledo one day an appletree hanging full of apples in the Adalphson mill down the
is caused by people selecting
at this season of the year is some coast, was struck by a stick of wood
splendidly made. They ha-.e a per
thrown by the saw. The blow was
Glasses for themselves that
fection of workmanship and finish that
Choice onion sets at Knowlton’s thing strange to him.
across the body and with such force
are unsuited for their Eypg.
Robinson has a swell assortment that he died in a few minutes
iE not merely temporary-I & 8 B clothes
We Supply the Best,
Wm. Elliott, the Langlois jeweler, of gents clothing in the latest styles
Mrs. Robert Frederick, of Ban
are right, both when you first put
aud patterns. Cull and examine don, fell od an uneven walk in that
passed through town Saturday on them.
after thorough examinations
on and as you wear them. Beau
place one day last week and serious*
his way to the bay to see relatives
D ied . At the home of his son, ly sprained one ankle and fractured
tiful now patterns in great variety;
Andrew Anderson, near Coquille one of the bones in the lower limb.
V . R . W ILSO N ,
colorings; tasteful effects. Let
“ White River” Flour is the best March 13, 1908, Thomas Anderson,
It is reported here that a little
Robinson has it.
aged 83 years 10, months and two son of Chas. Bingaman, of Bandon,
us show you some of these new ideas.
For Sale by G. A. ROBINSON.
C. A. Me Kellips, the Singer sow days. The deceased was a native was seriously injured while riding
of Edenborough, Scotland, but has with his father in his gasoline boat,
ing machine man, went to Bandon lived in Coos county for the past by being thrown onto the enjine as
R. E. SHINE, Vise Pres
L. H. HAZRAD, Olitile
Thursday to look after his branch twenty or more years, where he the boat canre in contact with an A J SHERWOOD Pres.
business in that place.
leaves three sons, William, Thomas other boat, while the Recorder gives
For bargains in shoes, see Drane and Andrew, to mourn his sad pass an account of Eugene Pierce get
ing away, beside a large number of ting one of his hands badly man
at his new store.
GIVE ME A CALL.
op C O Q U I l i l i B , O R E G O N .
gled in the shingle mill at that place.
Cyrus J. Fuhrman, Mr. Knowl
Remember the most successful
ton’s efficient pharmacist, returned
T r a n s a c ts a G e n e ra l B a n k in g B u s in e s s
Friday from a visit of several weeks gardeners on the river buy their
Following are our terms of credit:
at Portland, Tacoma and Seattle.
Board of Directors.
The High School Tryout will be Commencing on tne first day of
Myrtle point is to have a skating
held at tbe school building, Friday March all bills contracted thereafter R. Ü. Dement,
A. J. Sherwood,
National Bank o Commerce, New York City
rink. I. R. Nosier has moved his evening of this week, at 7:45; and will be due and payable on the first
Crocker Woolwnrth N ’i Bank, San Francisco
L. H. Hazard,
skates up there and will open for tho progrnm will begin promptly day of each and every month, and
R . E. Shine. First Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland, Or
business Thursday March 19. 1908. at that hour. This tryout is to de under no circumstances will we al
low the previous month’s bill to run
Garden seeds in Bulk at Knowl cide which three pupils will repre longer than tbe 15th day of the
When you want to spend a Leisure Hour drop in at
ton’s Drug Store.
test against BaudoD, which contest next month, and if the previous
W eb Mast came up from the low will be held in Coquille Friday month’s bill is not paid on or be
fore that time, credit will automati
er river on' Friday.
He has been evening of the following week. The
out on a log drive for over two weeks recitations are grouped under ora
Thanking our customers for the
tions, dramatic scenes, and humor
and was feeling somewhat tired out. ous pieces. The selections have liberal patronage that we have en
On exhibition at our sales rooms in connection with our
E. Hatcher k Co. Successors to 0. A. Harrington
joyed in the past and assuring them
Milk pans, medium and extra
An admis that the above plan, strictly follow A ll kinds of Soft Drinks, Cigars and Tobacco, Fruits and
quality, A large stock at Hersey’s sults are anticipated.
sion of ten cents will be charged, ed will operate to their advantage
Candies also Fancy Candies,
Spark Coils, Side Lights, Steering-Wheels
to be used toward defraying expen in tbe matter of prices in the future,
we beg to remain,
Mrs. M. Moriarty o f Coaledo, ses.
Very truly yours,
Spark Plugs. Marine-Hardware, Carburetors, Bells, Speed
made our office a pleasant call
A splendid line of crockery and
B utchers o r C oquille .
while in town Tuesday. She moved glassware at Herseys dish store,
Wheels and Batteries.
from Marshfield and is on her place just opened and shelved also cook
Card of Thanks.
W R I T E FO R P R IC E S
ing utgnsels in Enameled nickle-
near Coaledo again.
We, the undersigned, take this
plated and copperware.
For your Early Garden seeds and
Backache, Sldeache, Cramps
J. R. Miller who recently left the cere and heart-felt thanks for tbe
onion sets go to Knowlton’s Drug
Leg8 or Arms, Harsh, Dry
schooner, the Enterprise, was in | and sympathy extended us during
Water Front Near “ A ” S t r e e t ........................... Phone 33
Hot Flashes, Pain in
Madison Scott, of Riverton, was towD accompanied by his chief en- tbe late illness, death and burial of
up to town Saturday and informed gineer, C. R. Woodward, having
Feet, Puffed Eyelids, Pain in
us that his crop is nearly all planted made their first trip with their boat,
first going to Coos bay where they
Bladder, Excessive Thirst,
and that bis prospects for “ hog and
completed their load and then went
Too Frequent or Too Scanty
hominy” are good.
to Port Orford and back. Mr. Mil-
Painful Urination, Ropy,
A new coffee at Skeels A Son's at ler is highly pleased with his boat, 5 Schedule
of Coquille River
Bloody, or Highly Colored
25c.— a leader, as good as most 40c and the prospects for business and
all else which will be required to
I ransporlation to.
make her a success are good. She Lv. Coq. 7 A. M. ^y. Ban. 6:45 A.M
Ed Elliott, of the Palace restau
proves to be a very fine sea boat,
" “ 10 *•
rant, took hUaged mother to Marsh riding tbe swells as gracefully as a “ “ 2 P. M.
field last week for treatment by Dr. seagull. It waa rough and break- Ar.at “ 9:45 A.M Ar.at’
p . m
Horsfall. She improved under his ing heavily on the bar when she " " *’
treatment and they returned Mon came into the Coquille, bat she " " “
5,30 “ ‘
S l o c u m ’ s D r u g S t o r e
shipped no water at all.
*’ ’ * **
Seed grain at Skeels’.
W e have just received
a large shipment of
The Worlds Best
Come in and examine these pumps as
. the spraying season is now here.
Every pump is guaranteed.
T . H. MEHL
WATCAES! WATCHES! WATCHES
There is a Lot of Un
necessary Eye Trouble
Your Fall Clothes are Mere
FIR ST N A T IO N A L B A N K
Suits from $6.00
up to $35.00.
J ^ K T T 2<r2< r ^ t t
Complete Line of Launch supplies
Table in Coos County.
DO Y O U H A V E
Coos Bay Oil & Supply Co.
StoilC Root will relieve the
above symptoms. 81.00 per