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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1908)
LOCAL N E W S.
Frank Nelson, of Norway, was in
D. W. Baker was in from Lee on
to see us while in town Monday.
Chas. l ’t ndleton was in from the
farm on Saturday.
Drain keeps on hand fresh bread,1 Capt. JoLu Myers was down from !
Dr. Kirshman, the demist, is Norway Monday,
A big masquerade will be given home from his trip east.
Margaiet lies Co. at Masonic f
in Ibis city Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burkholder,
L. E. Eachus was down from the of this city, made Marshfield a short
kinds of sewing, go to i
ranch near Norway on Monday.
visit on Friday
*Irs M o r g n * Mis8 Ilob,n80n on
I Front 8t.
Attorney L. A. Roberts of Myrtle
Saws gummed, filed and set at
Go to Land & Lyons’ a for nice K
Point, was in town yestrday morning Quick & Curry's shop.
suit of clothes. They will save you
W. H. Hull, of Riverton, was
B orn — At Johnson's mill, October money.
Coquille business visitor on Friday, 17, 1908, to Mr. and Mrs. Turner
A. B. Daly, of Marshfield, the ^
Sewing Machine needles at W. H McNaab, a son.
logging machinery man, was over
Buy your suits at Land & Lyons’ . last Saturday looking up prospects
Mrs. W. B. Smith was in town Thei. prices will surprise you.
j Go to P. E. Drane’s for Economy
from Fishtrap between boats on Fri
Len Hartley and Mr Stevens were fruit j ars anj caps.
down from the Myrtle Point section 1
W jinted To R ent . Any one hav
‘ ‘Dement’s Best flonr is the kind one day last week.
ing a farm to rent address “ F ” care
A fine supply of new records just ‘ H erald , Coquille."
Mrs. George Henninger was down received at W. H. Schroeder’s.
from Fishtrap Friday doing shop
B o r n . —Near Myrtle Point, O c
tober, 15, 1908, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Best grade flour $1.35 per sack at Devault, a daughter.
O. IVilsan & Co.
I f you have any repairing that
Wm. Bingaman was up from
Bandon on Saturday. He informs
us that his father s becoming very
feeble, not being able to walk about
since bis last stroke of paralysis.
We certainly do set the pace
when it comes to belts and the
prices are from 25cts to $2.50
We put strees upon this word
as there is a reason why our gro
cery trade is increasing so rapid
ly. We are saving others mcney
we can save you.
A trial will
convince you. Our line is fresh
and we can please you.
. -ie shoe with
the style and
$ 3.50 to $ 4 .
Dry Goods, well we have a nice
line and are namfiig prices that
have appealed to many and are
sure to please you.
store your headquarters and feel
free to examine our stock. Our
Ladies’ and Gentlemen's under
wear department is very complete
and we can please you.
We have just received our win
ter waists and are showing some
Every thing that is nice in the
Side combs, back combs, come
in and look them over. 25 to 75c
M en’s pants our values in this line cannot be duplicated in Coos
County. A strictly up-to-date line to select from.
We have j u s t received a ni ca
lin e o f Heatherbloom S k ir ts
$2.50 and £3.50
W e want it to be known that we will be headquarters for toys
and all kinds of Holiday Goods.
Mrs. J. A. McCord, of Bandon, is you can not do take it to Quick A
F or S ale . A choice piece of bot-
enjoying a a visit with the H er Curry.
tom land. Inquire of George S
J. L. Kronenberg, superintendent Robison, Coquille.
J. H, Radabaugh was down from of the Aberdeen mill, went to Myr
W. F. Ray, of North Slough, was
tle Point on business Saturday.
Arago on Saturday.
over to Myrtle Point last week to
Mrs. A. M. Anger started for see his father, W. H. Ray, who con
B o h n — At Fairview, Ore., Octo
SurveyB Made, Estimates Furnished
ber 19, 1908, to Mr. and Mrs. W Hnmboldt county, California, last tinues in a very serious condition. General Construction
on all Classes of Construction Work
week, Mr. Anger will romrin here He met there a brother J. S. Ray
O. Matthews, a son.
from Colorado, and a sister, Mrs. J.
Furnished housekeeping rooms to for the present.
Civil, Hydraulic and Mining Engineer
rent at the W HITE HOUSE.
P. E. Drane keeps puffed rice H. Hurst, of Kansas, who have
R. W. Lundy, the Myrtle Point
Land, Drainage and M ining Surveys Executed W ith
for siek folks.
hardware man, shook hands with
A ccuracy and Dispatch.
Sig Hansen, manager of Dow’s
many friend* in Coquille on Mon
H. Sengstacken wants 10 tons
Second Door East of P. O.
trip to Bandon Friday, returning quille or Marshfield.
Some nice rooms to reDt.
F or S ale .
the day following.
H. A. Todd was in from bis Mrs. Figg.
single— apply at this office.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Or-
F o r S ale . #150 buys a good piano.
F or S ale . Six lots East of Chris
Frank Carr, the shoe manufac
eqorf for the County of Coos.
turer of this city, visited the bay $75 cash and $75 in good potatoes informs us that while he had some tian Church— good building place— Jenet B. Robison, Plaintiff,)
I Suit in
fine timber destroyed by the fires part bottom for garden.
and the Umpqua country a few days or graiD.
II. J. Dexheimer, and G. W . | Equity.
Drane has the best thing in the Dexheimer,
Deputy Fire Wardens Chas. and
that in the eud he is greatly benefi- wav of fruit Jars that has ever been To H. J. Dexheimer and G. W . Dex-
W anted . $2,000 on first-class se Clinton Crouch, of this city, recent
heimer ;the above entitled defendants:
on the Market. Call and see them.
ly returned from a cruise in tbe tted, as there were several acres of
curity. Apply at this office.
In the name of the state of Oregon—
Ye n, and each of you. are hereby noti
Mrs. Chas, Lorenz, of Bandon, mountains on the upper South and
Humboldt county, Cal., again to see fied that you are required to apjiear and
who bad been visiting her patents, Middle Forks.
answer the complaint filed against you
her father, Thos. Smith, and broth in the above entitled suit within six
Several packages of freight from
Mr. and Mrs C. M. Skeuls, returned
ers, the Smith boys, of the lower weeks from the date of the first publi
A rapihj and addressed to D. C.
cation of this summons, towit: With
dairyman, t.hirtyfivo in number, at river.
in six week from the 28th day of Octo
Big assortment of ladies’ skirts Howarth at Coqutlle, are in the thirty dollars a piece, for particulars
Hats! Hats!! Hats!!! All kinds ber, 1908, and if you fail to appear and
hands of W. H.Mansell, the transfer addiess F. E. F., care of this office.
from $1 to $15 at J. W . Leneve’s,
answer on or before the 9th day of De
of new hats at Drane’s Store, Also cember, 1908, that date being the last day
Nels OsmundBon, of Marshfield, man, awaiting the owner.
Congressman R. W. Ellis, of geuts’ furuii hing goods.
of tlie time prescribed in tbe order of
publication, judgment will be taken
Phone 251 and your orders will Eastern Oregati, delivered a grand
shook hands with friends in this city
against you for want thereof for the re
and other parts of the valley a cou
Republican speed) to a large and
tbe Margaret lies Co. and, we un lief demanded in plaintiff’ s complaint,
a succinct statement of which iB as fol
ple of days last week.
entniuiastic ifhdience at the court
derstand will retire from the stage, lows: That plaintiff’ s title to lots one,
Dave Drew who is making his house last Thursday night.
two and three, of block three of Port
on Ellis handled his subject very well having fallen heir to a good fortune land Addition to the town of Bandon,
Powder. The goods that save*you home with the Drew Bros.
Foour-Mile.spdnt a day or so in and showed that he is conversant through the death of an uncle. Mr. in the County of Coos ami State of Ore
Cramer has takeD over the interests gon, according to the plat of said addi
tion on file and of record in the office of
A verry pleasant evening was town last week. He informed us that with our country’s politics.
of the other members of the com the County Clerk of said Coos county,
spent by the Christian Endevor nt
visitad the different towns o f tbe pany and will be sole manager in l>e quieted as against defendants and
each of them, and that defendants l>e
A. Wilsons last Friday evening and that grass on the ranges is very county and made similar talks to
He will see that the forever enjoined and restrained from
He was entertained
There was a nice program rendered
personel of tbe troupe is kept up setting up any claim of right, title or
interest in or to said land or any part
K. Holverson has just received a while in this city by Judge E. D.
after which games were played and
to a high standard of proficiency thereof, for her costs and disbursements
full line of the finest samples for Sperry and his estimable wife.
light refreshments served.
and will merit the liberal patronage in this suit, and for such other and fur
men’s suitings. Examine them.
ther relief as to the court may seem
Tired mothers, worn out by the assured them.
Remember we carry every thing
meet and equitable.
paevish, cross baby have found
you need in grocery line. Land &
Service of this summons is made by
Cascasweet a boon and a blessing,
publication in pursuance of an order
Cascasweet is for babies and chil
made by Honorable John F. Hall as
Mrs. Jno. Thomas came up from booth has been lined with steel and
dren, and is especially good tor the ey’s Kidney will stop the irregulari county judge of Coos county, Oregon,
the 27thday of October, 1908.
Bandon Monday and proceeded to
ills so common in hot weather. ties and cure any case of kidney
Dated this 27th day of October, 1908.
the Bay to take a steumer for Port proof, and a reoccurrence of Friday Look for the ingredient printed on aud bladder trouble that is not be-
.1. J. STANLEY,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
land. She will join her husband, night’s incident will be attended the bottle. Contaities no harmful ond the reach of medicine. Sold
drugs. Sold by R. S. Knowlton.
the Rev. Jno. Thomas at Sellwood, with no cause for excitement
The steamer Plant which started
C h ron ic (o iis tip n llo c Cured
Oregon, where they will reside in
‘‘$2.00 Starts a fine Local Busi
When you are in the market for from Coos Bay to San Francisco.
ness, daily profits, $5 to $10. Partic baking powder, don’ t forget Cleve
One who suffers from chronic
Saturday, met some mountaineous constipation is in danger of many
ulars free, write to-day
3. F. land’s.
Bring your orders to Land & Loos Co., Des Moines, la .,’’
Here are three reasons why.: waves just as she was getting acriss serious ailments, Foley’s Orino
Lyons for groceries, shoes or dry
Laxative cures chronic constipa
E. E. Johnson returned from a Superior Quality (Pure Cream of the bar which disabled her steering tion as it aids digestion and stimu
gear and carried away her deck load lates the liver and bowels, restoring
W. O. Matthews, of Fairview, business trip to San Francisco last Neatest Package (screw-top can.)
and a portion of her railing. the natural action of these organs.
was in Coquille on business last Saturday, and brings the news that Best price (31b can $1.00; 51b can
steam schooner Eureka stood by Ccmmene taking it to-day and you
Monday. We noticed he wore an times have greatly improved, and $1.G5.
till the Tug Columbia arrived. It will feel better at once, Foley’s
unusually pleasant smile, and upon
was then decided to send her below Orino Laxative does not nauseate
inquiring into the cause we found lars per thousand. In case this
or Rrip< and is very pleasant to take
tow of the tug, and will be oblig Refue substitutes. E. J. Slocum.
out that he is the happy father of a proves to be permanent we will soon
ed to go into dry dock before return
feel the effects in thig section.
fine big baby boy.
ing. Arother boat may be sent a
“ W anted .— Good man in every
Tablet-! we are closing out our
RED AND WHITE CEDAR
or so in horplace.
entire line at rtduced prices, O. locality— good pay; experience un
Wilson A Co.
More Than Enough is Too Much
Fifty Years a Blacksmith
Estate organization. Write today.
Fin' Sale Ily
To maintain health, a mature
M arried — At Bandon, Oregon, B. F. Loos Co., Des Moines, Iowa.’ ’
Samuel R. Worley of Hixburg,
& W . Shingle C o .
Va., has been shoeing horses for
October 18, 1908, Mr. Alexander
W. H. Norval, the Riverton mill more than titty years. He says: food to repair the waste and supply ' Bandon, Oregon.
P. O. Box 62
Barklow, of Myrtle Point, and Miss
man was up Monday and informs ‘ ‘ Chamberlain’s Pain Balm has etiergv and body beat. Tbe habit- ,________________
Irene Rowan, of Bandon. They will
us that he is able to run about half given me great relief from lame back ual consumption of more food than
reside at the Point where they both
the time on local orders, and with and rheumatism. It is the best is necessary fer these purposes is tbe
have a host of friends who extend
liniment I e v 'r used.” For sale by prime cause of stomach troubles,
the present outlook he may be able
rheumatism and disorders of the
R. S. Knowlton.
congratulations and best wihses.
to run full time in a short while.
Kidneys. If froubled with indiges
To obtain good berths on the He has shipped some lumber east
tion, revise yonr diet, let reason and
H EATO N & SH U CK
Breakwater call up Main 181. it lately, sending it to the Bay by the
not appetite control and take a few
Riverton is now on a boom, e ver doses o f Chamberlain’s Stomach
costs you nothing to phone.
Are prepared to do all kinds of
Wilhemina, thence to Portland by
habitable building in town is now and Liver Tablets and you will soon
Housemoviog and foundation re
The ladies of the Eastern Star steamer.
occupied. Strangers are seen on be all right again. For sale by B.
will begin a series of whist tourna
Burns, bruises and scratches, big our streets every day. Several fam S. Knowlton.
ments early in November, to con and little cuts or in fact anything
ilies have recently moved here,
tinue through the winter, they gave teqiiirtiig a salve, are best and quick
among whom are Tom Wilson and
very enjoyable times last winter and est soothed and healed by DeWitt’s
of Newport, who moved in
can promis all whist players just as Carbolized Wicb Hazel Salve. The
best salve for piles. Be surd you to the Self bouse.
good a time th s winter, and will be
get DeW itt’s. Sold by R. S
J. M. Miller and family, of Kan
glad to see them all ou t
sas, who moved into the old Bandon
Anyone wishing to rent a good
R. B. Sears arrived here from cook house. I. Watson, Mr. Mein-
place will call at the H erald office,
Iowa the middle of last week and ardt and their families have moved |
or address R. A. Easton, Sitkum,
proceeded to Myrtle Point where in two of the Pendleton houses.
he will visit with friends, the ac
Big Halloween Event—To be quaintance o f whom he formed a • O A. Kelly has moved upon bis
ranch, back of town.
given by the ladies of the Eastern
year or so ago while visiting his
Mrs. E. M. Young has rented the
Star on October 31, 1908, at the
brother, tbe late Jack Sears, at that
for a year and.is now ‘ ‘Mine
Masonic Hall. Admission, 10 cents, place. He had taken in tbe sound
hoste’ ’ there.
coffee and doughnuts free to all.
country in Washington before com
The Margaret lies Co. showed
Come at>d see tbe big ghost walk ing here, and wi1) return home djy
and spook dance, and enjoy the the Southern route, going through i here last Tuesday night, and will
H ea ls at a ll Hour*
S t-v lttl
■ return each Tuesday during the
werid music of the phantom band Cftlifort)i(, on the way
P n o m 0 a m to 9 p m .
S e r v ie «.
Many novelties displayed
in tbe various booths. A good time
F or S ale : One No. 11 Ohio
Peter Ellingson and wife was up
guaranteed to ail.
Eneilege Cutter with 34 feet of el- last Sunday, visiting relatives.
AT TH E
evator, 2 horse power, all in No. 1
Charles Peterson, Sr, has moved
C. A. HARRINGTON, Proprietor.
to his new residence. It is a beauti-
cents. R 8. Knowlton, Coquille ,l u,re of ”
A Hamilton, above l ful little home.
S p ««l* l R tt«n tlon Q lv «n » .
W « f i a i t « H a t « « 4«
or sddreee Coquille.
City; C. Y. Lowe, Bandon.
1 Johnson's mill ! oi
D ona A nju .
5 t ti n > i
I« * o «r d «n .
O. W ILSON & CO., COQUILLE, OREGON
W ith You
Knowlton’s Drug Store
Has a Full Line.
Headquarters at Marshfield.
Coquille Branch a t Big Ware
house. SIG HANSEN in charqe .
T h e instinctive spirit o f “ Getting all we can for what
we have" is a feature that’s ground into the red blood o f all
Every human creature inherets j L.
A s the spirit of
“ How Long to H old on,’ ’ and when to Let g o ” evidently
has reached a highor order o f development with the Jeweler*
than in some o f the' others.
W e always believe in giving our customers the best mer
chandise obtainable at the lowest prices.
Our stock is com
plete iu all its departments, Watches, C locks and Jewelry.
A ll kinds o f repair work done and guaranteed
E. C. BARKER & CO.
Successor to WILSON JEWELRY CO.
MEN! Your Spring Clothes are Here
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I fully meets your ideas of what a good
' suit ought to be than any you hav*
ever worn. I & S B
clothes are out
from best of fabrics, smartly tailored
They have a per
fection of workmanship and finish that
is not merely temporary-I & S B clothe*
are right, both when you first pat
them on and as you wear them. Beau
tiful new patterns in great
rich colorings; tasteful effects.
us show you some of these new ideas.
Suits from $6.00
up to $35.00.
G IV E M E A
Ifyouare figuring on a
Stationary or Marine
W rite us— we will save you m oney and time.
Engines Carried in Stock.
A lso a complete line o f launch supplies gas
oline and DistiFate in any quantity.
Coos Bay Oil and Supply Co.
MARSHFIELD. OB EGO