Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, August 11, 1909, Image 4

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    Coquille Herald.
D F D E A N , P R O P R IE T O R
C O DRYDEN M AN AGER
County Official Paper.
M ltLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY.
D e v > t e d t o t b e m a t e r i a l a n d s o c ia l np
( m i l d n i R o f the C o q u i l l e V al le y part icul arly
J o d o f Oooa C o u n t y p e n e r a ll y .
-ntiaoription, p cr y e a r .in advanoe, 1.60
Phone, Main 55.
Death of M rs
P o m e ro y
With solemn requiem and im
pressive word of the church, the
final sad rites over the remains of
Mrs. Lizzie Harper Pomeroy were
held yesterday morning at i 0 o’clock
in the city cemetery. Exequies
were conducted at the home o f Dr
L. L. Mahan, and at the grave Rev
B. C. Ansley spoke the words of
the burial service. The funeral
procession was one the longest
seen herein years, aud throughout
the entire city a lull in the busy
hurry of life told of the universal
impress the sad death of so esti­
mable and loveable a lady had had;
unconsciously or otherwise, the
wh lie town paid its respect to the
dead, and from heart to heart was
throbbed out that indefinable feeling
of sympathy for the living whom
the blow had left anguished aud
sorrow racked.
Dissolution occurred the previous
day, aud while the gradual but cer­
tain approach of that mystic end
had long been realized by members
of the family, consciousness of the
inevitable could not alleviate the
sting implanted by the Grim Mes­
senger.
Mrs. Pomeroy was the personi­
fication of all the traits which make
woman truly
womanly. Gentle
and refined, kind and loving, her
life was an exemplification of all
that is beautiful in human nature,
and the sublimity o f her Christian
devotion and submission to the
will o f Him Who doeth all things
for the best, was divine i n its
strength and purity.
Mrs. Lizzie Harper Pomeroy was
born in Alabama, January 16, 1856.
With her parents she removed to
Texas in girlhood,
settling in
Grimes county, where she subse­
quently married Mr. Joseph Har­
per. At his death she, with a
brother, took up her residence in
Oregon, and thereafter the elapse
o f years, became the wife of the
surviving husband, Mr. Pomeroy.
Other immediate relatives are: Two
daughters, Mrs. L. L. Mahan of
Hempstead, Mrs. H. Lorenz of Co-
quille, a son, Joseph Harper of Aus­
tin, and three brothers, R. D. Dick­
son and Robert Dickson of Arizona,
and Lonnie
Dickson of Corpus
Christi.- The Daily Tribune.
G ov en or W ill V isit N orth w est
memorial s o vice in his years, dedi­
cated as a memorial of his kindly
life. The services promise to be
largely attended.
Many prominent Oregonians are
in attendance at the National Irri­
gation Congress at Spokane this
week. Governor Benson and tbe
commercial bodies of the state have
appointed a large nuinlier of dele­
gates who are interested in further­
ing irrigation work in tbe West.
Many left the first of the week to
attend the sessions of the Congress.
Soundings made by the officials
of the Port of Portland during the
past week show that the Columbia
River from the mouth of the Willa­
mette to the ocean is in better shape
for navigation by deep vessels than
has been the case tor some time.
Dredges are working at a few
places where
shoals have been
located but on the whole, little
work is necessary. That there is
plenty of water iii the river is
shown by the fact that the British
steamship Suveric, drawing 27 feet,
was dispatched during the week,
going down the river without de­
lay.
P r o p e r T r e a t m e n t l o r I»j seiiterj-
a m i D iitrrliop u .
Tbe greatest mortality from dy­
sentery and diarrhoea is due to a
lack of proper treatment at the first
stages of the disease.
Chamber­
lain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy is a reliable and effectual
medicine, aud when given in rea­
sonable time will prevent any dan­
gerous consequences. It has been
In use for many years and has al­
ways met wi'h unvarying success.
For sale by II. S. Knowlton.
A famous Oregon pioneer. Dr
•John McLaughlin, will lie remem­
bered on September 5 at Oregon
City, when his old bouse, now re­
stored and moved to a public park,
will be dedicated. This grand old
man of Oregon, who did so much
for tbe early settlers of this state
and made personal sacrifices to as­
sist others, is at least to have public
honor paid him for his work. Sep­
tember 3rd is the date of bis death
M on {lie fallowing Rundry a
GROCERIES
Good Bargains in Krai Estate.
Six-room residence, good location
— lot 50x100 feet; fine lawn.
A
snap for $1100.
Business property bringing $100
per month.
A good investment.
A d U other snaps, see
S tu tsm an & Co.
P.
A well improved place of 26 acres
with a fine home and good build­
ings, crop, etc., on Fisbtrap. Ap­
ply to S. Edwards, on the place.
Any person cutting timber or
bni k of any description on the lands
of the Southern Oregon Company,
or removing same, or other proper-
v, from said hinds, without being
luly authorized in writing, will be
prosecuted according to law.
Any person furnishing sufficient
evidence for tho recovery of pro­
perty so taken and conviction of the
parties concerned, will be given one-
half of the property recovered.
Southern Oregon Company.
For anything to Feed Man, Horse or Fowl, and
my Prices are Established on the “ Live and Let
$5.00 per Ton
Live Order.”
E.
DRA/NE
Capt. E. D. Parsons
Sails fro m Portland Saturdays a t 8 /j m.
Sails fro m Coos Bay Tuesdays a t seruice o f tide.
H. W. SKINNER, Agt
CoquiUe
Marshfield
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Accepted throughout the civilized world
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as the most universally satisfactory il­
Button
luminant for all purposes the Cleanesti
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Convenient, nud the CHEAP
EST light known.
and
ScMiii of Copule River Trasportalo Coni m
here
That furnished by
you
R IV E R
the
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finit
have
class and up to date in every respict
it.
The rates place it within reach of all
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FRANK MORSE, Prop, COQUILLE, ORE.
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Johnson Lumber Co.
Keeps in stock a complete line of Rough and
Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Rustic, Ceiling,
Mouldings, etc.
Our Dry Sheds are roomy and are filled with
the most complete stock of Finishing Lumber
in the Coquille Valley.
May
COQUILLE, OREGON.
The safe amt reliable twin
Estimates gladly furnished.
Prices as low as
the lowest.
screw
S ir .
E liz a b e th
Yard and Office, Froqt St. near Depot.
Phone
C apt. Olsen, Master.
331
Wil! make regular trips between
C o q u i l l e R i v e r a n J ' an
F ra n c is c o .
N o Stop-over at W a y Ports.
Electiic Lights. Every tiling in First
Class Style.
Sewing m ichinos for sale or rent
at C. M. Goodman & Co’s.
Portland and Coos Bay S. S. Line
A P R IL 1909
BREAKW ATER
Sails for Portland Every Saturday
Price of Preferred Stock of the
United YVireless Telegraph
Company:
Sails F ro m Ainsworth Dock, Portland, Wednesdays a t 8 P. M.
Note tho st.-ndy and rapid ad­
vance in the pi ire of stock since | \y% p
M ILLER ,
Agent,
Marshfield,
Oregon
the orgnnizHtioi i f tin* Company, j
per rim e PAI L L.
’JE LLIN G , A G L M .
CQUILLE, PHONE NO. 18
February 2 ’
1307
$10.00
Seplrinhei 1.
1907
11.00 "
October 1, 1907..............
12.50 |
November 10.1907
14.00
January 1. 1908
15.00
B e tw e e n San F ra n c is c o and B a n d o n
March 1,1908
18.60
June 1. 1908
... . 17.50
August 1, 1908
18.60
October I, 1908
20.00
✓
December 15, 1908
22.60
T w in S c re w , N e w a n d K ost
February 16, 1909 .
25.00
May 1,1909
30.00
August 1, 1909
.. 36.00 1st Class Passage
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$7.50
Tin- price will remain nl $35.00
for a short time only. It’s a chance Up Freight
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3.00
of a lifetime to make a safe invest­
ment and large profits.
O u r I n t e r e s t s A r e y o u r In t e r e s t s . F a i r r a t e a n d |
O. L. Hopson, Fiscal Agent
g o o d s e rv ic e o u r m o tto .
Coos and Curry Counties. Hox.123
Marshfield.
A. F. ESTA BROOK CO. Agent, San Francisco, C a lif
Office in the "C handler”
Harvey Allen
General Blacksmith
and Horseshoeing....
COQUILLE R IV E R L IN E
A.P. MILLER,
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Coquille, Oregon
Skookum Restaurant,
"¡v, .1 ROBINSON Coquille , « Oregon
Special Bargain
$2.00
W« M a k « R a t e s to
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VALUE -FOR
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$1.65
ONE YEAR
ONE YEAR
TOTAL VALUE
ONLY
$ 1 .5 0
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$ 2 .0 0
$ 1 .6 5
USE THIS COUPON
The Herald Publishing Co.,
GENTLEMEN:— Enclosed find $1.6$ for which enter
my subscription to the New Idea Woman’s Magazine
and your paper, both for one year.
Name
Address
C. A H A R R IN G T O N . P roprietor.
A COPY
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for women and the home, and without hesitation we have
selected the NEW IDEA WOMAN'S MAGAZINE as by far
the greatest value for the money we have ever seen offered
by any publisher. All its features are superbly illus­
trated— the latest - styles in fashion being depicted in
color plates, half-tones and drawings. It is the most
complete housekeeping guide purchased. Not only does
it excel in fashion news and housekeeping suggestions,
but every topic of feminine interest is handled in a prac­
tical, entertaining way.
Every issue contains many
fascinating stories by the highest paid writers in the
world.
B y special arrangement with the publishers we are able
to offer all our readers a
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Stationery, Fruits, Cigars, To-
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THE COQUILLE HERALD
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NEW IDEA WOMAN’S MACAZINE -
C. M. SPENCER, Agent, Bandon, Oregon.
it was made for us especially
by Brandegee, Kincaid & Co.
A bit extreme perhaps—
and Carriago Work.
but it is those little unusual
C Street
touches here and there that
add individuality to a gar­
Firs t- Clan»
ment. *
8«9VU«.
These suits are well worth
looking at. Come in, then, j
AT THE
to-day if only to look. The;
prices are very modest.
Second St., Rose Building
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NEW IDEA PUB l Ì
Steamers FIFIELD and BANDON
T
Press
Most
N. LORENZ. Agt.
Arrive at
Neathery &
Orders W ith W m . Oddy
Phone Main 295
Incandescent
Electric Light
Steamer Alliance
THE
he College Chap Jr., in
one of the most brilliant
styled models in young
men’s suits ever shown
in this city.
Like all our
Leave
EQ U IPPED WITH W IR e L e S.
and inspect the largest
and most handsome
line of Gents’ Furnish­
ing Goods in the City.
The New and Speedy,
N O T IC E .
I CAN SUPPLY EVERY ORDER
CALL ON
The Newest and most
handsome thing in the
City in
BOOTS
AND
SHOES
C oal
The Best Coal
in Coos county
articles—the freshest and purest.
Coos Bay and Portland
D. L. Perkins
R o u s e ’s
blirn
Every form of delicacy in this line, and all the staple
“ I have
used Chamberlain’s
Colic, Choleoa and Diarrhoea Rem­
edy since it was first introduced to
the public in 1872, aud have never
found one instance where a cure
was not speedily effected by its use.
I have been a commercial traveler
for eighteen years, and never start
out ou a trip without this, my faith­
ful friend,” says H. S, Nichols of
Oakland, ind. Ter. For sale by R. H
S. Knowlton.
A 320 acre South Atncan Veteran
Bounty Land Certificate issued by
the Department of the interior,
Big Bargain List.
Government of Canada, Ottawa,
under the Volunteer Bounty Act, $4500 buys 45 acres improved
ranch with buildings.
1908. Good for 320 acres of any
$12.50
an acre buys a fine tract of
Dominion land open for entry in
land
360 acres, 35 acres bot­
Alberta, Saskatewan, or Manitoba.
tom balance grazing.
Any person over the age of 18
years, man or woman, can acquire $800 buys an acre all in garden
this land with this certificate, with
bouse and barn. See us for
out further charge. For immedi­
burgaius. Come in and see
ate sale— $800 00. Write or wire
us and list your property
L. E. Telford, 131 Shuter street,
with us. We will give you
Toronto, Canada.”
- » . « > *—
a square deal.
G o o d Ranch for Sale.
Portland, Or., Aug 9 — (Special)
Governor Siiallenberger, 01 Nebras
kc. with 11 i - ..ff w i visit th • P.i
citi • N mil vi-s
¡„ m Mth .vi. 1 wii'
be ih<- go .1 "! ' Hi n .l ¡1 1 11 : i-i
21 Mild
Wd: • i I hr i 1 ll
and Ir.s iiaiiY will
ut ri tii e i
b>' 'lie i’ ril.i 1 I 0 in 11 i. i 1 Ciuli
and cV rv p -si i t en.irt s. w j 1 hi
sh ou t the vi .iturs
I’ depirtv wih
make stops ii other c >;i't points
including a -t iv of five d ty at tin
Beattie E xpo 1 ion
The liip is
made tor the purpose of getting
better acqu.iin ed with the roast
and coming into 11 s r ton h with
its people.
The 14th animal convention ol
of the A me ic.m
Association of
Mutual Ins: ' nil e Con p ioi - will
be held in Portland August 17 20.
About 300 delegates from all parts
of the United States will he in at­
tendance. Delegations from some
of the stales will come in special
cars. Oregon mutual insurance
companies have arranged for the
entertainment of visitors. Port­
land and nearby parts o f the state
will lie shown them and a trip up
the Columbia will give them an
idea of Oregon scenery.
“ For some years I suffered from
intense colicky pains which would
come on at times and from which I
could find no relief.’ ’ says I. S.
Mason, of Beaver Dam, Ky. “ Cham­
berlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarr­
hoea Remedy was recommended
tom e by a friend. Alter taking a
few doses of the remedy I was en­
tirely relieved, x *1111 was four yews
ago and there has beeu no return
of the symptoms since that time.’ ’
This remedy is for sale by. R. S.
Knowlton.