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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1909)
What is Being Dona to Adver
Mrs. Perkins Dies.
Where sixty days ago lay the
lifeless body of her darling baby
icy cold in death, today liea the re
mains of a broken hearted mother,
cold and silent.
Flora B. Shultz was born Janu
ary 2, 1867, in Mt. Pleasant, Mary
land, and was married to Dr. S. L.
Perkins at Mt. Pleasant January 1,
1889. She died at her home in
Bandon at 7:30 p. m. April 28, 1909,
age 42 years, 3 months and 26 days.
Mrs. Perkins was a kind and lov
ing mother, a good neighbor and a
lady of noble Christian character,
her logs in the home will be much
greater than one can conceive, and
the sorrowing family will have the
sincere sympathy of the entire com
Mrs. Perkins leaves to mourn her
loss, a husband, four children, a
grandmother, mother, one sister
and three brothers, all living in
Maryland except one brother at
Welch, W. Va., and one brother
whose whereabouts is unknown.
The funeral services will be con
ducted at the residence Friday,
April 30, at 2:00 p. m.—Bandon
Do You Intend to Build?
Portland, April 26.—Swift and
Cotnpanyannour.ee that they plan
M. A. T UPPER
to begin actual packing operations
their new plant at Portland in
County Official Paper. in
July. This brings to the surface
the necessity for the farmers of
P U B L IS H E D EV EK Y W ED N ESD A Y .
Oregon to grow more hogs.
D e v o ted to «be m a te ria l a n d aooial u p can be raised until they are three
b u ild in g o f t h e O o q a ille V alley p a rtic u la rly
months old on vetch or other
Centrally and Conveniently Located
• n d o f Oooa O o u n ty g e n e ra lly .
'u b a o rip tio n , p e r .y e a r ,in a d v an o e . $1.60 roughage at practically no expense
for all purposes, j * Table Supplied
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the Best the market affords.
Phone, Main 55.
200 pound hog in Portland today
Sample Rooms for commercial men.
is worth $15.50 cash, live weight
Morgan Money Pours W est.
Free Transfer of Baggage to and
The packers will have to get a
trom boats and trains. >
New York, April 30.—The con supply, must they send the money
summation of a deal whereby J. P. for the hogs to Nebraska, or will
Morgan and company, the First we raise them in Oregon.
The Livestock Sale at the Port
National bank and the National
City bank purchased $5,000,000 un land Country Clnb this week means
ifying and refunding five per cent a great deal to everyone in Oregon.
bonds of the California Gas and Saturday and Sunday witnessed
Electric corporation is believed by thousands of people visiting the
those familiar with Wall street sen grounds to inspect what is un
timent regarding western invest iversally conceded to be the great
ments to be a forerunner of enor est gathering of blooded horses ever
mous investments of capital on the collected in the Pacific Northwest
Pacific coast by New York finan to be sold to the highest bidder.
The sales at Portland have uni
Every form of delicacy in this line, and all the staple
The announcement of the deal formly been more successful than
articles—the freshest and purest.
was made late yesterday and is re even those in Chicago, in propor
I CAN SUPPLY EVERY ORDER
The sale will continue up
garded as verifying the rumor that tion.
For a burn or scald apply Cham
the Morgan interests are to be to Friday night at the Country
For anything to Feed Man, Horse or Fowl, and
come permanent factors in the pub Club, Saturday being devoted en berlain’s Salve. It will allay the paiu
my Prices are Established on the “ Live and Let
lic utillity corporations of the west. tirely to cattle at the Union Stock almost instantly and quickly heal
Oregon is making a the injured parts. For sale by R. S.
This purchase with the recent ac Yards.
quisition of the bonds of the Paci wonderful showing, and there is Knowlton.
fic Telephone and Telegraph com assurance that buyers will be here
pany, valued at $15,000,000, and from all neighboring states and
other purchases, brings the total of British Columbia.
Morgan's California investments
Two millions of dollars for the
since July 1 last year to $30,000,000. four hundred and sixty two acres
That the $5,000,000 concerned in universally known as the “ Ladd
the big deal is a portion of an issue Farm” puts Portland city lots in a
of $45,000,000 authorized by the class with Oregon orchards, and
California Gas and Electric corpor the developers of this magnificent
ation is the announcement today of property will certainly he satisfied
N. W, Halsey and company, the if it pays dividends squalling those
firm through which the purchase of a well-kept, modern orchard.
was made. The proceeds of the
While estimates as to the pre
flotation it is thought, will be used sent population of Oregon vary,
in a refunding plan through which some men who have the right to
We carry a good line of Waltham,
many California holdings will bi be called well posted feel that the During March and April
F r o m a ll P a rt« o f th e E a s t
consolidated in a single corporation. state today has upward of three-
Elgin, South Bend and Howard Watch
quarters of a million people.
es. Before purchasing a watch else
Reduce Lumber 40 Per Cent.
With every county in the stats get
where call and examine our stock and
Seattle, Wash., April 28.— ting new settlers, some have at
get pries. We guarantee our prices to
OREGON SHORT LINE
Twenty-six of the leading lumber tracted a greater immigration
be as reasonable as any.
manufactures of Oregon, Washing during the past year than for five
ton and Idaho, who control to a
RAILROAD & NAVIGATION CO. t m i S82S-2
A party of Illinois investors re
large extent the rail shipments of
the product from this section to the cently clubbed together and sent
$ 3 3 F r o m C h icagro
E Q U IPPED WITH W IRELESS
east, met here today and determined one of their number, who had
to reduce the production of lumber visited Oregon during the Exposi
$ 3 0 . 6 0 F r o m S t. L o u is
tion for a trip through the skate.
40 per cent.
$ 2 5 F rom O m aha
The order to the mills will go out Upon his return to Portland, this
$ 2 5 F ro m K a n sa s C ity
in a very short time—probably with gentleman said he had found Ore
Capt. E. D. Parsons
in two days—if the lumbermen who gon people much changed.
took part in tho conference today that time they were intensely con
letters to everybody you know
servative, today they are enthusi in Write
do not change their minds.
the East and tell them about these
The reason for the drastic cur astic, optimistic, and unanimously low colonist rates, £enil them litera
ture about Oregon, or send their ad
Sails from Portland Saturdays at 8 j j . m.
In fact, dresses
tailment, which will be followed by predict a great future.
to us and we will do it. In this
wholesale reduction in working many of the communities are grow way you can be a great help in the
Sails from Coos Bay Tuesdays at seruice o f tide.
crews and Indisbursements of the ing so rapidly that they imagine grow th and progress of your State.
mills, is found in the fact that there they have all the growth, but those
GEO. T. MOULTON. Agt.
H. W. SKINNER, Agt.
YOU CAN PREPAY FARES
is practically no demand for North who have seen the new orchards,
western lumber from the yards in the substantial farm houses and for anyone from any place if 3'ou want
to. Deposit the necessary amount with
other improvements record-break our
the East and Middle West.
local agent and he will telegraph
F lfst-C lass
M®ol* a t a l l H o u n s
While the tariff is under discus ing advancement along every line. ticket promptly.
F " o m 6 a m t o 9 p no.
sion lumber dealers in the East re Asked if he was satisfied, he re-
Inquire of Agents or write to
replied: “I wouldn’t return to
fuse to buy lumber.
Illinois, but shall remain here to
Taft May Get $25,000.
receive my friends who are coming
Oregon Railroad A Navigation Co.
in parties of three, five and even The
C. A. HARRINGTON, Proprietor.
Southern Pacific Co. (Lines in Oregon)
Washington, April 27.—Chair, ten.”
S p e c ia l A t te n tio n G iven to
man Tawney had a conference with
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N o gu la p Bo«i*d«PB.
c o m m e i f e i ä l M en
President Taft today relative to his
Safe Blowers Jailed.
proposed Alaska trip. Mr. Taft
expressed a desire desire to visit the
Pendleton,Or., April 27.—Sheriff
Northwest and Alaska during the Taylor and Deputy Bert Wilson
AT N0HTH BEND
summer, and Mr. Tawney will in returned this morning, having in
ScMii! if Cepille River Transjoriatiou Company.
Is now open for the recep
clude an item of $25,000 for Presi custody the three men accused of
tion of patients. The terms
dential traveling expenses in the blowing the safe and burning a
Leave Coquille 9:30 A. M. Leave Bandon 6:30 A. M.
are $10 per week and
deficiency appropriation bill, which store at Weston. Two of the trio
“ 7:30 “ “
upwards. For particulars
will also carry the fund for the cen are believed to have served sentences
M j ••
in the Oregon penitentiary. They
Arrive at “ 9
Arrive at “
give the supposedly assumed names
Eastern Cities Suffer by Storms
“ 4:30 “ “
“ “ “
1:30 A. <4
of Murray, Clara and Burke. They
“ 10:30A. “
“ *• “
New York, April 29.—After a had a complete safe-blowing outfit,
month of extreme cold and unsea
sonable weather, New York experi in their possession, us well as new
enced a snow storm this morning. gloves, shoes and huts, which they
In the city it melted as fast ns it had stolen from tho Weston store,
fell but in the suburbs the ground though all marks hud been taken
E. C. HOLLOWAY, PRO P.
from the garments. They refused
to talk and made no effort to ex
Bread, Cftke, Pies, Cookies, Gin-
Milwaukee, Wis., April 29.— plain their whereabouts on the gersnaps, etc. Hpecial attention
7 per cent, preferred, participating, full paid and non-aisesa-
Snow, rain and sleet fell through night of the burglary.
given orders for banquets, dinner,
stock offers the best investment known to the American pub
out Wisconsin last night. In many
For full particulars address
C h a m b e rla in 's L in im en t.
places, tbr»« inches of snow are re
Second Street, - Coqnille, Ore.
ported to have fallen.
This is a new preparation and a
good one. It is especially valuable
B llo u an ess a n d C o n s tip a tio n .
as a cure for chronic and muscular
For years I was troubled with rheumatism, and for the relief
Coos and Curry Counties, Box 323, Marshfield, Ore.
biliousness and constipation, which
made life miserable for me. My
appetite failed me. I lost my usu inflammatory rheumatism. Those
al force and vitality. Pepsin prep who have used it have invariably
arations and cathartics only made spoken of it in the highest terms of
and inspect the largest
matters worse. I do not know praise. Lame baek, lame shoul
and most handsome
where I should have been today ders and stiff neck are due to rheu
line of Gents’ Furnish
hrd I not tried Chamberlain’s Stom matism of the muscles, usually
ing Goods in the City.
ach and Liver Tablets. The tablets brougha on by exposure to cold or
relieve the ill feeling at once, damp, and are dttickly cured by ap
strengthen the digestive functions, plying this liniment treely and mas The Newest and most
purify the stomach, liver and blood, saging the affected parts. Soreness
helping the system to do its work ol tht muscles, whether inducek by handsome thing in the
naturally.— Mrs. Rosa Potts, Biim- violent axercise ir injury, is allayed City in
ingham, Ala These tablets are for by this linimeut. For sale by R. | BOOTS
sale by R. S. Knowlton.
D. F DEAN, PROPRIETOR
C O. DR7D EN MANAGER.
Did you stop to consider that a building made
11 OU out of cement blocks is almost indestructable
Did you stop to consider that the first cost is almost the
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 the
Yours for business,
COQUILLE CONCRETE WORKS
Fine cemetery work a specialty. Estimates furnished on all kinda of
monumental and building work.
Phone, Main 1731.
Johnson Lumber Co,
Keeps in stock a complete line of Rough and
Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Rustic, Ceiling,
W. H. Schroedcr
Our Dry Sheds are roomy and are filled with
the most complete stock of Finishing Lumber
in the Coquille Valley.
Estimates gladly furnished.
Yard and Office, Front St. near Depot.
P h on e
Sisters of Mercy
CHEAP C IT Y LOTS
Prices $50, $60, $75, $100, $125
and $150 per lot.
Coos Bay and Portland
The Mercy Hospital
Prices as low as
JOHN MITCHELL, PROP.
Terms to suit
purchasers. In Barrow
addition to the City of Coquille.
The finest building location in
Home Realty Co.
Portland and Coos Bay S. S. Line
Sails for Portland Every Saturday
. . . CZARINA, -. .
Sails weekly for San Francisco, carrying
freight and combustibles only.
W. F- MILLER. AGENT.
PAUL L. STERLING, AGENT.
CQUILLE, PHONE NO. 181
0. L. HOPSON, Fiscal Agent
D. L. Perkins
A . P. M IL L E R ,
Stationery, Fruits, Cigars, To
Accepted throughout the civilized world
as the most universally satisfactory ¡1-
luminaut for all purposes the Cleanest,
Most Convenient, and the GHEA
EST light known.
That furnished by the COQUILLE
RIVER ELECTRIC CO ie firjt
class and up to date in every respect
The rates place it within reach of all
FRANK MORSE, Prop. COQUILLE, ORE.