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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1910)
WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1910.
Died. — Near Coquille, Oregon,
Mesura. Bov le und Shelly, the
April 30th, 1910, infant son of Mr. carpenUts nnd contractors who
A N O T H E R FIRE
Mrs. L. K. Robins, of th« Myrtle ¡and Mrs. T. H. Pointer.
have the contract for the repairing
IN C O Q U I L L E Point section, returned from a trip Mrs. E. Mingus, of Marshfield, of the damages recently done by
H O TEL
B A XTER
came over Monday and viaied her fire to the old First National Bank
to Portland on Thursday.
Mias Anna Colekronk, of this father, O. J. Seelly, and friends in building, are getting along nicely
Local advertisements among local
rea ling five cenla per line each ineer- Early Morning Blaze Brings Many city, has been indisposed for a week | Coquille,
with the work and will have the
tioi. Cards ci thanks 50 cents each.
Perple to Streets— Slight
or more, but is improving at preaent. For a good second-hand Singer outside done in a short time. These
Ob tuary poetry five cents per line.
He - dutions of Condolence and lodge
machine, call at the H er - j gentlemen are prepared to do a
The steamer Fifield arrived in at 1 ! sewing
advertising five cents per line.
Bandon Sunday with a good 'lot of The steamer Elizabeth reached general contracting and building
C en trally a n d C o n v e n ie n tly
freight and a number or passengers, Bandon from San Francisco last business, and will be pleased to
T a b le S u p p lied
Coos County ■ Climate.
submit bids on contracts on any
sound of the fire alarm brought The recent showers are making
e st the M a r k e t A f
While comparisons may be re acores of Coquille’s people to the gardens grow rapidly, and the Thursday. She is making good work in the building line.
R o o m s for
garded as odious, one can hardly cause. They were nearly all men, farmers are now getting in their time lately.
C om m ercial M en. T ra n sfer
Have you seen the new al’over-
refraiu from contrasting the condi and while not as neatly togged as best licks.
ice and embroidery fronting at
of 1 ; ; age to a n d from B o a ts
tions of the coast sections of Cali they are usually seen, were on hand Mrs. C. O. Gilkey moved in 1 Robinson's
A lot of late Nile, and also early
fornia, Oregon and Washington to do battle with the Dames if neces from the McQuigg place last week
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peas. A H. Fish, Arago. Phene
with those of the eastern and middle sary. This, however, was not neces and now occupies a residence near Mr. and Mrs. Gus Schroeder, of 71.
western states, all of which have re
Elgin, Illinois, were in town a day
cently suffered greatly from un under control by the prompt and the For
lot of excellent field or so last week.
seasonable Irosts which have done heroic use of the hydrant and coal peas for Sale.—A
seed at 3c per pound. Geo. Lyons A Jones always try to have
Proprietor and Manager
great damage to crops of various scuttle.
something nice on hand for you for A. Wimer, Arago. Phone 7xx.
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kinds. They extended far into the The fire was in the city’s bastile T. Moulton.
south and seriously injured the for the unruly, and was kindled by A fine line of tumblers and gob your Suudav dinner.
cotton and oranges in many places, Cecil Arnison, of Myrtle Point, who lets, including lemonade, soda, Mr and Mrs. E. M Gallier, of
while the damage to the fruit crops the day before had been imbibing wine and water glass in a number
o the more northern states will too freely of Coquille’s “Ob-be-joy- of styles, just opened, at Hersey’s. Mrs. S. J. Tuttle, of Ibis city, the S. L. Lafferty, of Coquille, has
three good horses for sale. t 2 and
r in up into the millions of dollars. ful,” and had been locked away by For Sale.—Span of geldings, 5 last of the week.
old, weight 3 , 000 pounds, well Just received at Knowlton’s Drug 14 hundred
This latter condition is something Night Watchman Hickum. It years
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o; which due note should be made seems that be bad concluded to
Titnberlantl For Sale.
sets ever seen in this market.
by Oregon fruit growers. There can make his get-away by burning out ariFview.
be no question but that fruit will be of the strong box, and proceeded to Prosper yesterday. He tells us George Lorenz went to Bandon NJ Net Sec 12 Tp 28 R to W.
by Friday’s Dispatch on his way to Address, Joseph Schrems, Rose
scarce and a demand like which we break up an empty nail keg for that
have not seen in years, if ever, for
CORN, PEAS, VETCH, CLOVER (all kinds) M
that which will be produced out build a fire ngainst the door. From health.
RYE, GRASS, ETC., BEETS, CAR
side of those sections mentioned, and the appearance of tbiogs, the fire
ROTS, KALE, ETC.
every tree along the coast which
received a large lot of samples of met many friends while in town. vour watch run correctly, I cnu.
promises a crop of fruit should be and got beyond bis control and be suitings.
V. R. W ilson , Watchmaker.
Call and see them and For Sale.—Grass and grain hay
And oil Binds of Garden Seeds
well looked after and its crop cared gan to get entirely too warm for get his prices.
for to the very best advantage.
Eggs For Hatching
Mrs. Jas. T. Jenkins was up from quire of W. H. Thomas, Coquille.
While we need not necessarily re At the time Watchman Hickam Riverton
Leghorna and While Ply-
joice because of their misfortune, was on the street near the Baxter panied home by her parents, Mr. J. C. Taylor, of Prosper, came up motb Rocks
KNOWLTON’S DRUG STORF
$1.00 per setting.
we should not fail to embrace the hotel, and hurrying to the jail, and Mrs. J. B. Fox, who will spend to Coquille on business Friday. He White Leghorns
$1.50 per setting.
is interested in the construction of
opportunity to do what we can found the flames rolling out the full a few days at that place.
toward supplying what will in size of the grating of the door. He
Tczier’s Celebrated Logger For Sale.— Studebaker wagon,
evitably be a strong market for hastily unlocked the door and Shoes
J. C. W atson , Coquille, Or.
won popularity with the McCormick mowing machine and
dragged Arnison, who was about woods have
The papers of last week told of overcome, to the street and ran to Coquille.
ice jams in the Mississippi and of the fire ala^m. By the time Mr, Mrs. Aiken, the milliner, who For a burn or scald apply Cham
AGATE CRINDINC AND
freezing weather at New' Orleans Hickum returned to the jail the fire had been here a few days looking berlain’s Salve. It will allay the 75 per ceDt of headaches are
doing great damage to all kinds ol had been quenched and his bird after her Coquille branch, returned pain almost instantly and quickly caused from eye strain. Properly
the injured parts. For sale fitted glasses will cure the defect.
crops, while in this valley we have bad flown. Being so blinded and home yesterday accompanied by heal
not heard the slightest complaint, otherwise nffected by the smoke he Miss Ella Johnson who is assisting
there having been no frost to went in the opposite direction to her.
V. R. W ilson , Optom trist.
—S. F. Shoes. The gloves for wear 1
injure anything since February. that which he had intended to go
Those onion sets at Knowlton’s Logger Fear Gloves. E. L. Tozier, COQUILLE RIVER LINE
and was in the hands of the fire were
especially for him by Pat Rooney, who has been work- i
High School Field M eet.
men who kept watch on him until one of grown
I A ll W o r k G u a ra n te e d ¡><
the best growers •of sets in ing in Jack Bestei’s camp on the j
the Watchman returned and put the Willamette
The second annual field meet of him iu the other department of the
Hev. S. B. Hollenbeak, of Co busine-s last week, and on Friday
the Coos coirnty high school is to jail to abide the coming of day.
take place at Marshfield on Friday, This morning the attention of the quille, will preach at Riverton next came over to Coquille. He returned
May Gtb Much interest is being District Attorney was called to the Sunday at it a, tn. and 2:30 p. m. the first of this week
manifested in the event, as all the matter and we understand that the All are invited to come and those Begin now to provide for a “rainy i
EVERY EIGHT DAYS
high schools in the county are to circuit court will take cognizance
take part. Arrangements have of the affair.
F. Hochspring, are here from Low Rates and Excellent Accom
been made for a 50 cent fare for the
return trip from the Bay with the It is expected that the new Cody Frank Berk holder, of this city, North Dakota to look at the enun- I modations. Our Interests are
has purchased the fine thorough try with a view to locating This !
6 th of
Following is the schedule of
bred Hambeltonian stallion, Bruce
from which they come that they j A. F. E S I A BROOK Agents
events given in the order in which this month.
T A IL O R
M. D. Sherrard, the machinist, which his ancestry would show. hardly know what to think of it, I
they will come off:
San Francisco and Bandon
1 Mile relay race (four men). paid Marshfield a short business His sires are as follows: Oregon and may decide to not locate.
CO Q U ILLP:,
2 Pole vault.
Wilkes, Lyle Wilkes, Hambeltonian, A full line of shoes—for men,|
S. Backey, the North Bend real Abdallah, Manbrinaand Messenger. women, and children at Henry
3 220 yard dash.
estate man, trade our office a pleas Robinson's Store has just received Lorenz’s store.
4 12 pound shot put.
ant call while in town Monday.
5 Mile run.
a new line of art, fronting, round Dr. Stemmier went to the Bay
0 440 yard run. *
Dr Masson, veterinary surgeon thread and butchers lin-n in white, yesterday with our old friend, j
7 Running broad jump.
an d C re a m
Valuable Timber Lands For Sale
of Myrtle Point, has been in town also art linen in brown.
David McNair, who has been suf
S Standing broad jump.
the past few days on professional Ed. Lindberg, of Port Orford, fering from an abnormal condition
Cruised Four Million feet by a well known
9 100 yard dash.
who has been in Marshfield for of the hip bone, and the doctor
Two Million feet of which is
10 Running high jump.
Whit Morris, of Elelka, and his some time, passed through town thinks an operation will be neces
11 880 yard run.
White Cedar. A 7 located in
donkey driver, Otto Muetzel, were yesterday on his way home He sary to give him permanent relief.
12 12 pound hammer throw.
Coos County, Oregon.
paseen gera to tlie Bay by Monday was accompanied by Miss Myrtle Call and examine the full line cf' special orders.
13 220 yard low hurdle race.
Vincent of Marshfield, who goes to Men’s and Children’s clothing— I
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS WRITE OR CALL ON
Eight of the Cuquille High Lillies if we cinoot fit you with visit Mrs. P. J. Lindbeig and other latest
styles—al Henry Lorenz’s j George Lorenz
School boys are training for the a lailoral suit from stock, we will friends.
meet and expect to have entries in tske your measure and have one When in need of a fine cheap store.
E. G . D . H O L D E N S
the above events. They are as made to order. Robinson’s Store. power, go and see the new gasoline Oscar Hughes, the young man .
whom we mentioned last week as
If you want your
follows: Fred Gardner, Melvin Anyone wishing a lady of exper engine of S. H. McAdams running, having
been so severely injured at
Kern, Marion Custer, Matt Kerri, ience as housekeeper, apply to the and get his price on the style yon the Smith-Powers
We Carry a Complete Stock of
shoes repaired go
camp, died at
gao, Owen Knowlton, Irvin Custer, H erald Office.
the hospital at eight o’c.ock on the
Clay Knowlton and Frank Thrift.
A. Young and wife came day
he was hurt. The body was:
Joel Patterson, of this city, is in James
Eveners, Singletrees, Bolts, etc., and do a
orders for the neatest and week, and are now enjoying a visit taken to Bandon for burial. Mr.
Services at Christian Church inking
most convenient bath we have ever with
their daughters, Mrs. L. A sympathy of the entire community GUS. ANDERSON
General Blacksmithing and
He is finding ready sale for Pinkerton,
Preaching Sunday at 11 a. m seen.
of near Johnson's mill, in the loss of their son.
and 8 p. m. Bible school at 10 a
and Mrs. L. S. Martin, of this city,
s store carries an up-to-
m. C E 7 p. m. Prayer meet Just rereivid a full line of ladies’ Mi. and Mrs. Young are from Ok date Robinson’
ing Wednesday, 8 p. m.
lahoma, and come to locat 6 .
Lingerie Batiste, Flaxon, Linsire,
COX S COX
Morning subject, "The Macedon Lorenz’s Store,
Quick A Curry makes the gal Persian Lawn, India linen, Organdie
Messrs. Stemmier, Peare-e, Tay vanized
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door, standard sizes nnd Nainsook.
livening subject, "God’s Appeals.’’ lor and Brown, of Myrtle Point, on hand. screen
1 ou are cordially invited to hear were among the Knights who were short order. Also handy, adjustible
in attendance at a session erf the K window screens, ironiug boards, R. S. KNOWLTON, President GEO. A. ROBINSON, V. Pies.
T. B. McDonald next Sunday.
of P. lodge last night.
R. H. MAST, Cashier
boards, bread boards, drain
The Port Orford Tribune says: Hemy Lorenz has just received a sleave
Glenn Collier and family moved full line of Bergman shoes Call
Alfred Johnson, Sr., and daugh farmers
down from Coquille last week and and see them.
are now keeping bouse m Port Or Our shelves are full of new spriD g ter, Miss Esther, came in from
ford, where Mr. Collier will haul and summer goods. Call and see Oakland, California, by the
railroad ties this summer.
Accepted throughout the civilized world
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000
and get prices. We are al Johnson brought with him a fine
A large buck elk and cow elk them
ways ready to wait on you at Henry big E. M. F. auto with which he A Reasonable Share of Your Business Solicited
aa the moat universally satisfactory il
were seen by the stage driver and Lorenz’s.
luminant for all purposes the Clean* et
pa sengers by the roadside at Silver Mrs E L. Spalding's erudition
Butte two miles north of Port Or improves very slowly, and is such summer. It is the largest machine
Moat Convenient, and the CHEAP
ford Monday evening. Such a sight that her physicians will not allow in town.
EST light known.
is rare nowadays, and the passen Mr. Spalding to return to his C a RrENTERs: — The Honeyman
gers were excited in telling about it homesUad at present, to plant his Hardware Co., of Portland, Oregon,
That furnished by the COQUILLE
Lorrm and Bernal Forty, who crop.
have sent a hurry-up telegraph or
RIVER ELECTRIC CO is first
w ith three dogs were hunting for
der for 68 more self-setting planes,
class and up to date in every respect
bear on Hubbards creek Monday, A kind old gentleman.seeing a very to the makers, Oage Tool Co., Vine-
captured a young bear and brought small boy carrying a lot of news land, N. J. These plauea are ini Sails From Ainsworth Dock, Portland, Wednesday, Mag 41 h
The rates place it within reach of nil
it into town alive. It was very papers under arm, moved to pity, demand nnd our local dealers can
Sai's from Coos Bay Friday, May 6th, at 8 a. m.
poor and unable to put up much ol ’ Don’t all those papers make you get them of seven other Portland
a fight with the degs which fortu tired, ray hoy? “Nope," the mite dealers as well as those in Oregon !
Frank Morse, Prop., Coquille
nately didn’t hurt it much before cheerfully replied. “I can’t read!“ City, Hood River, S.attle, Ttoxns, W. F. MILLER, Agent,
the boys came to the rescue.
and other coast cities.
PAUL L. STERLING, AGENT. C«>QUILLE, PHONE NO. 18
I. G IRBY
T r v x l v v ” e v T
Of Interest to Dairymen
A Full Supply of Field Seeds
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)>; E. C. Barker & Co. |
B U G O Y P O L B S
Portland and Coos Bay S. S. Line