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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1908)
Sc M i l l of ComiiilB R iw T r a s p o r ta ta Compaur.
Registered Berkshire pigs, both
sex, for rale. Call on J. C. Watson,
Chairman Mack is suffdring from breeder of Registered Jersey cattle,
a formidable attack of landslldeltir. at farm near Coquille.
D. r D E A N , PROPRIETOR
$5.00 Reward to party havirg
C. O. D R TD EN , M A N A G E R
The Thaw c ise has all tbe other whiskey barrel No R. N. 95100
continuous performances put to the Parties having same will please
County Official Paner. blush.
make claim with H erald office.
Groceries, drygoods, boo s and
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY.
You wouldn't have thought a shoes, hats and caps, flour aDd feed,
always on band at Land & Lyons’.
Devoted to tb e material and aoeial up year ago that the Japs were really
Orders filled promtly.
building o f the Coquille Talley particularly our dearest friends.
end o f Oooe County generally.
SAY! Don’t forget that
Subscription, p e ry o a r .in adTanoe, *1.60
T o prove that his stomach is all
that W. T. Kerr has tbe
Phone, Main 55.
right, Mr. Harriman has gobbled
Notes and Commenta.
up another railway system.
Tbe Italian King may confer a
S. L. Lafferty, of Norway, was in
title of nobility on Senato r Elkins,
but he cau t make him wear i t
Economny fruit jars and caps at
The political calender; Septem
Wm. Howell, the pioneer logger, ber View with Alarm; October-Pre
dict Victory; November-Take to
was over from the bay Saturday.
J. L. Kronenberg, manager of the the Woods.
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Leave Bandoli 6 :4 5
Arrive at “
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A .P . MILLER,
Stationery, Fruits, Cigars, To-
DEAN & HEMSLEY, FIU)PS.
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A V a I d le d F l l t s e u l ’ e n r s
When You W ant Good Coal Buy
We wish to announce to the public that
“ For fitteen years I have watched
the working of Bucklen’s Arnica
Salve; and it has never failed to cure
any sore, boil, ulcer or burn to
which It was applied. It has saved
us many a doctor bill,” says A. F.
Aberdeen mill, had business in town
Hardy, of East Wilton, Maine. 25 c.
The higher the price of living the
at Knowlton’s drug store.
higher wages must go; and tbe
Chas Adams, the Myrtle Point higher the wages the higher the
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
blacksmith had business in town price of living.
is hereby given that bias will
be received by the undersigned on or
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Peart, of this
before November 7th, 1908, for the clear
city, made Marshfield a short visit by the Weather Bureau this week ing and grubbing of the north-west
arrives, there is sure to be a cold quarter ol the Masonic Cemetery, tiiat
wave for somebody next week.
is, all of the Block No. 3 and the North
E. W . Sturtevant, o f near River
line of lots of Block No. 2 with the
ton, bad business in Coquille on
Japan is doing her best, sinoe she streets between and around the said
looked that fleet over, to show the blocks; all the roots and stumps upon
we carry nothing but
at the Scales
Everything that is found in an up-
The People’s Market
best line of Shoes in the
Men’s Suits at J. \V. Lonete’s.
u SSB- ts IS s I
Front Street, C oquille.
R. W. BurruM
A. H avens .
B u ffu m & H a v e n s
House aud carriage painters, and paperhangers. Estimates given on
Work neatly aud promptly doue. Leave orders at W. H .
the lots to be grubbed or blown out and
all logs, stumps, roots and brush to be
burned, leaving the ground ready tor
the plow. The right to reject any and
all bids is hereby reserved. Five per
cent, in cash or certified check to be de
Fine cemetery work a specialty. Estimates furnished on all kinds of
posited with the bid as a forfeit in case
the bid is accepted and the bidder fails monumental and building work.
to proceed with the contract.
JOHN MITCHELL, PROP.
By order of Chadwick Lodge No. (18,
In calling tbe bank deposit guar
For bargains in shoes, see Drane American people that they are her
at his new store.
'‘regular little cherry blossoms.
Miss Corda Sumerlin, the Myrtle
That. Providence, R. I., young
Point milliner, visited in Coquille
of 80 who has just eloped in
an automobile will get a good
Jack Yale, Levi Strauss & Co’s*
spanking when bis mother catches
veteran commercial traveler, is mak
ing his rounds again.
Attorney J. J. Stanley, o f this
city, had business which called him anty plan the mother of panics the
Denver bankers furnish grounds for
to the bay Saturday.
SHERIFF 8 ALE.
belief tbat wbat they drank
By virtue of an execution issued out
L . A, Lawhorn was down from
of the Honorable County Court of the
hie ranch near Fairview the latter went to their heads.
part o f the week.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Byers have received word that Mrs.
Byers is improving in health.
F ob R knt . Some good, furn shed
teachers or pupils. Apply at this
The charge is also being made,
that the steel trust and oil truBtand
other trusts have simply put their
men back to work until the election
is over, ns a bluff towards showing
that prosperity has returned, when
in fact many of these men are to be
Did off when the election ¡a over.
Tom Lane returned home Thurs
day from Portland where he had
The New York department o f la
been as a witness in the Land Fraud bor bulletin rejoices in the fact that,
anyway, even if many men and wo
For Sale—80 acres of fine second men are out of work, their absence
growth timber J mile from river from factories is materially reducing
Inquire at the H erald office.
tbe number killed while being em
L. P Maury who has been oper. ployed. That is to say, it is mors
ating the head saws at the Barker agreeable to the bureau to have
mill at Fairview, was in town Sat them starve to death than mangled
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Insist upon your grocer sending
F or S a l e .
O ne top-buggy—
you Cleveland’s Baking Powder.
singlo— apply at this office.
Don’ t accept a substitute; demand
A Valuable Tip.
Mrs. A. L. Nosier, of Bridge, re
After exposure or when you feel
turned home Wednesday after a a cold coming on take a few doses
visit of several days with her daugh of Foley’s Honey and Tar audit
ter, Mrs. Aaron Wilson, of this city. will expel the cold from your sys
tem. It cures the most stubborn
Anyone wishing house moving or
coughs and colds, and prevents
other heavy work done can be ac
pneumonia. Sold by E. J. Slocum.
commodated by calling on H. L.
Saddle Horses of best quality always on band. Good Rigs ia read
ness for special trips. I d fact, a general Stage and Livery business.
Accommodations for Taveling men a specialty
Leave Coquille at 6 a. m., arriving at Roseburg at 10 p. in. Fare $5.4
State of Oregon, for the County of Coos
on the 9th day of September, 1908, in
favor of B. F. Hill plaintiff, and against
E. G. Allen defendant, for the sum of Two
Hundred Thirty Dollars and Thirty-
Five cents Gold coin, together with 10
per cent, per annum interest and accru
ing costs, I have levied upon and will
sell at public auction, on Monday the
23rd day of November 1908, at 10 o’clock,
A. M., at the Court House door in Co
quille, Coos county and State of Ore
gon, all the right, title and interest
which the said E. G. Allen defendant
had on or after the 7th day of April
1908, in or to the following described
premises, to-wit: W** of N\\ >4 W,li of
SW '4 of Sec 34, the N W , of SEt^, N.
E o f SWL 4 of Sec 33, and 8 E *-4 of
E *4 of Section 22 all in township 29
south of range 11 west of the Willamette
Meridian in Coos county, Oregon.
Terms of Salt cash in hand.
Dated at Coquille, Cooscounty,Oregon,
this 19th day of October, 1908.
W. W. GAGE,
Sheriff of Coos county, Oregon
I. A. TUi^NELL
Do You li)tend to Build?
( E x p e r t P ia n o
1C C ~ Did you stop to consider that a building madt
I* ^ U out of cement blocks is almost indestructabl*
Did you stop to consider that the first cost is almost th«
Did you stop to consider that sand and gravel, washed and
cleaned by the ocean, together with proper proportion of
Portland cement, makes the finest blocks and bricks in tha
Yours for business,
T uner )
Two Tunnings a year for $5
Restringing, refelting and all general repairing.
Prices reasonable as possible and guaranteed.
First Class Work and Material.
Leave your orders with Jerald Office
C o q u ille ,
O re g o n .
COQUILLE COIN CRETE WORKS
C H E A P C I T Y L O T S T h e Fairview Nursery Co.
The Newest Thing in Town
C. 0. CROSBY, Manager.
Is the Gents’ Furnishings
Prices $50, $60, $75, $100, $125
and $150 per lot.
He has on display a
fine line o f goods,
up-to-date in all re
spects. He inuites
a ll friends in to ex
amine goods and get Prices.
The fishermen are enjoying the
present run of fish and as a result
Ranch of 160 acres grass land.
several strings are being caught as 100 acres fenced and sown to tame
well as the usual stories are in grass, some good meadow. Plenty
of good running water, some fruit,
Fair bouse, other out buildings on
Qet your table legs turned at
good road. Threo miles from store P 0 TThe safe and reliable tiwn-,
Quick Si Curry’s. They have some
and post office, at landing on tbe Co
patterns already out.
New and Speedy
«1 per set.
Price $10.00 pfc. .»re. Time will
B. F Hill, of this city, loat a val be allowed on part payment if desir
uable Jersey cow last week from the ed; or a good true team of young
Capt. Olsen, Master.
effect of having drank a bucket of horses of not less than 1250 lb’s
make regular trips be* a
paint that had been left open by each will be taken at a reasonable
R iver and San
For further information enquire
F or S a l e . Six lots and 8 -rocrn of.
D a vid P S trano , J b .
No Stop-over at W ay Ports.
house well furnished; orchard and
Elect!ic Lights. Everything in First
bottom garden lots and out-housea.
S tr. E liz a b e th
The testimony in tho land fraud
cases which has been in progress at
Portland for some time, was con
cluded tbe middle of laat week and
a large number of witnesses from
Curry county, Myrtle Point snd
Coquille returned a few days later.
H a v e Y o u a G ood
No Case on Record
Carries a leading variety of apple trees, Gravenstiues a
specialty, plums, prunes and cherries, roses and shrubbery.
Terms to suit
A p p l" trees ^ to 6 feet $ 1 0 per hundred, 2 to 3 feet $8 per
hi Barrow & Strang’s
100. A ll orders promptly filled.
addition to the City o f Coquille.
The finest building
Phone 96 Farmers.
Co piONEER MEAT MAIftET
Portland and Coos Bay S. S. Line
Sails for Porltand Every Saturday
S. S. CZARINA,
There is no case on record of a
cough or cold resulting in pneumo
nia or consumption after Foley’s
Honey and Tar has been tak-n,asit
will stop your cough and break up
your cold quickly. Refuse any but I
the genuine Foley's Honey and Tar
in a yellow package. Contains |
Andrew Hoben and Miss Pearl no opiates and is safe and sure.
Phone Main 34.
A. Street Dock.
Rezin were married at the Hotel F. J. Slocum.
P a u l L. STERLIN G, AGENT.
CQUILLE, PHONE NO. 181
Oregon in N orA Bend, Sunday
Bladder disease that is not
night, Judge Schuster officiating.
Mr. Hoben is a well-known real es
, cine. Take it at once. Do
tate man and the bride’s home is on
South Inlet. They will reside at
not risk ha ving Bright’s Dis
East at Christian Church
Hotel Oregon for the time being.
ease or Diabetes. There is
Does Gents' Fine Tailoring
They are the recipients of congrat
nothing gained by delay.
numerous in all its branches. Also deans
SOc. and $1.00 B ottles.
Fresh and Salt Meats.
fo r everything in the meat line,
Sails weekly for San Francisco, carrying We are headquarters
wants always receives prompt attention.
freight and combustibles onlv.
COQUILLE VALLEY PACKING
C. F. M’COLLUM, AGENT.
The Coquille Mill and Mercantile
Co. have men engaged making ex
tensive repairs to their mill in this
city and intend to start up in the near
future for a winters run. The mill
hss been idle for some time, running
a few days now and then to fill loc
al orders, nnd we aro very glad to
hear of its opening. The owners
are doing their best to make a per
manent industry of this institution
and we have no doubt that they will
succeed and it will mean a nice lit
tle pay roil for our town.
and presses clothing in first-
The Mercy Hospital
F. J. SLOCUM
k i l l ™« c o u g h
C U RE
AT MOUTH BEND
Is now open for tbe recep
tion of patients. The terms
are $10 per week and
upwards. For particulars
Sisters of Mercy
NORTH BRND, OREGON
"™ Dr. King’s
*R P <11 THROAT AND 1UMC TROUBLES.
G U A R A N T E E D SA T ISFA C T O R Y
OR N O N E T REFUNDED.
Accepted throughout'the civilized world
as the most universally satisfactory il
E. L. TOZIER
CHEAPEST light known.
That furnished by the
R IV E R
HARNESS and EXTRAS
Repairing o f Harness and Shoes.
Before purchasing Har
ness elsewhere, get our prices.
offering the best Bargains in the County
CO Q U ILLE
clasa and up to date in every respect
The rates place it within reach o f al
FRANK M O R SE , Prop,