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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1910)
The schooner Ruby sailed from
for San Francisco on Sun
A lot of late Nile, and also earlv
At her home on Fr,day evening.
Ladjes- silk and kid gloves at day.
May 13th, Mrs. K V B. Ntckltn
peas. A. H. Fish, Arago. Phene
'VBDNESDAY, MAY 18 , 1910 . entertained a number of young
people at Five Hundred.
The steamer Bandon arrived in the summer? Get it at the Golden
Local advertisements among local rooms were made very attractive by the Coquille on Monday,
ri - 1 ling five cents per line each inser the artistic arrangement of rhodo-
Mr. and Mrs. George Hite, of
tion. Cards c i thanks 50 cents each. deudrons and roses.
<} ,r‘'en 8ee,U Ht K-.owIton a Bandon, visited in town the first of
Obituary poetry five cents per line.
Sixteen tons of fine oat bay. E,
. . ! Drug Store.
K -nlutiona of Condolence and lodge
After the prevailing game of the
Wittier, Arago. Phone 7 xx.
a lv jrtiging five cents per line.
evening the 1st prizes were award-
J W Offield was up from his
E. G. Perham has taken the con
ed to Miss Esther Johnson and Mr farm Saturday and reported good
tract lor the construction of the new
Woman’s Study Club Entertains James Watson, the consolation ( prospects,
Farmers and Me.chants Bank and
prizes being carried off by Miss
_ . .
Boru.— At Fatrvtew.
The Woman’s Study Club this | Lucia Sperry and Mr. C. J. Ftthr-
S. L. Lafferty, of Coquille, lias
May 8th, to Mr and Mrs. W. O.
Oliver Hoglie who has been up three good horses for sale. 12 and
year has taken a correspondence man.
Delicious refreshments, consist- j Matthews, a son.
in tbe Fisbtrap country for some 14 hundred pounds.
course in Oregon History under
ing ol sandwiches, olives, cake, ice
„ . ,
time, was in town the first of the
1 ’rol. Joseph Schafer. As a fitting
cream and coffee were served by the
Robert " a* ner’ ofGravel Ford’
ending to the years’ work an enter hostess, after which Miss Johnson was a passenger to Bandon by | week.
Timberland For ale-
tainment was held at the beautiful and Mi. barton graciously respond Monday’s Coquille.
Mrs. O. A. Kelly, of Riverton, is
N$ NeJ Sec 12 Tp 28 R to W.
Nye home to which the pioneers ed to the entreaties for music.
W. H. Schroeder, the jeweler, enjoying a visit from her brother, Address, Joseph Schrems, Rose-
who had been here forty years or
was a passenger down the river_ by Robert A- Burns, of Birmingham, burg, Oregon.
more, were invited. After a short Emma Sherwood, Mabel Wilson, Monday morning’s Coquille.
program the pioneers were called Florence Atkinson, May Beaver,
A. D. Stewar*, a late arrival, who
The Golden Rule is headquarters
Jottie Watson, Frank ! .
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upon for reminiscences and re- j Lucia Sperry,
. . . . . I for ladies hair goods— turhans, has been at Jonsm.’s mill for some,
Johnson, and Mabel
1 time, is suffetiiig from
^ponded to, "What were the early Dean, ’ Esther
very sore j
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| turban pins, barrettes, etc.
«ays of transportation?” ‘.‘ Why did Wright. Messrs. Schow, J. C. Sav
finger on each hand.
For a S°?d s^ond-hand Singer j
> ru come her, how did you come j age, C. J. Fuhrman, Roy Fox, C. sewing
Io n , a n d w h a t s a t is fa c t io n a n d p e a c e o f
machine, call at the H kr -
A full line of shoes—for men
m in d It s p o s s e s s io n b r in g s .
T h e lin e s
here and why did you stay?” “ The W. Endicott, Harry Fulsom, L- A. ALD office.
women, and children at Henry
o f a g e . w o r r y and o v e rw o rk a re ren d er
first churches, the first schools, the [ Liljeqvist, Jt mes Watson and J. 8.
e d w e ll n ig h p o w e r le s s b y M r s . N e t t l e
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Lawliorn and Lorenz’s store.
Indians and many other interesting Bai ton.
HARRISON’S LOLA MONTEZ CREME
A w o n d e r fu l s o o th e r , h e a le r a n d p r o te o -
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Mrs. Ben Figg recited
near McKinley and will be at their ed the last of the week from a visit t o r to a d r y , c o n t r a c t e d o r c h a p p e d
Decoration Day Program.
“ The Pioneers,” a poem most
s k in .
I t Is C o m p le x io n
In s u r a n c e .
town home a few days.
C o n v in c e y o u r s e lf o f Its r e m a r k a b le
family, of Portland.
suited to the occasion.
p o w e r b y o b ta in in g a f r e e s a m p le an d
For Sale.— A lot of excellent field
Following we g ve the Decoration
B o o k “ SECRET OF IEAUTT UNO GOOD HEALTH" a | 4
After a most enjoyable exchange Day program in which as many
Another shipment of ladies' waists
peas for seed at 3 c per pound. Geo.
of memoirs the pioneers were called of our citizeus should take part as
Knowlton’s Pharmacy, Coquille S
out to supper. The table was most possible:
Mrs. Geo. P. Topping came up
beautifully banked with rhododen
river last Wednesday, sailing agaiu :
Procession forms at MasoDio Hall
Saturday. She will be due again in
drons and an'early time feast was at 10 a. m. and proceeds to the
her sister, Mrs. Nelson Smith, while a day or two.
served consisting of home-made cemeteries to decorate the graves.
w rit« for our confidential letter before up-1
Mr. Topping attended court.
For a job of first-class Mending, i to
pickles, hot doughnuts, miniature
plving for patent; it may be worth m on ef. I
A short program will be rendered
W e promptly obtain U. 8. and Forei .a
Just received a full line of ladies’
pots of beans and tiny rolls of browu at the cemetery.
tailored, call on K. Holverson, at
bread, saudwitches and coffee with
At 2 p. m. a special program will kid gloves— all shades— at Henry the rear of the Pharmacy building j
»m l T R A D E M A k K S or re ti-n E H
most delicious cream.
R E attorney’» fee. bend mod«I, sketch
be given at the Masonic Hall: Mu
Ladies' muslin and knit uuder- T or I photo
’ ‘ and wo
we send an [ I M
“ M E J| A * T E
D. C. Gibson, of Portland, who
Among the pioneers present were: sic by the band and choir; invoca
F R E E report on patentability,
W e give
wear at Robinson’s Store.
and advice, and oar
Capt. and Mrs. Butler, Mr. and Mrs. tion by Rev C. H. Cleaves; address has spent tbe greater portion of
charges are moderate. T ry ns.
Mrs. L P. Maury started yester
Fred Schroeder, Mrs. Ben Figg, by Rev. T. B. Me Donald; recitation the past three summers in this city,
SWIFT & C C j
day for Snohomish, Washington,
P a te n t L a w y e r*,
Mrs. M. H. Hersey, Mr. and Mrs. by Mrs. R. R. Watson; solo by Mrs. arrived last week and is meeting his
where she goes to see ber daughter. Opp. U.S. Patent Office,Washington, O.b
Pike Maury, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ellon Tyrrell; recitafion by Miss many friends.
Mrs. Bartholomew, who is suffer
Sherwood, Rev. Hollenbeak, Mrs. Nettie Belloni; song America.
Have you seen the new allover-
ing from typhoid.
i ice and embroidery fronting at
Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. R. S.
The shoes tor woodsmen; Tozier’s
Knowlton', Mrs. Hudson. Mrs. Dim-
CO QU ILLE RIVER LINE
— S. F. Shoes. The gloves for wear
mick, Mr. and Mrs. Patterson, Mr.
J. F. Lee was up from Riverton Logger Fear Gloves. E. L. Tozier. [
and Mrs. Walter Sinclair, Mrs. W,
A small pocket book containing Monday, and is now able to get
H H. Grinnold, of this city, is
V. Cope, Jonathan Quick.and Mrs. money and a check book.
Owner about with the aid of a stick instead
of crutches. He is rapidly recover suffering from a very lame hip, I
P LY IN G BETW EEN
J. P. Messer. Miss Lusk the Past- can have the same by proving prop ing from his fall.
caused, be thinks, from a severe
President of the Club was another erty and paying for this add.
Lyons & Jones always try to have sprain suafained while raising the
guest ot honor.
something nice on hand for you for
Skeels building at the foot of Hall
your Sunday dinner.
In bed we laugh, in bed we cry,
SA IL IN G E V E R Y EIG H T DAYS
Eighth Grade Examination
And born in bed, in bed we die.
Mrs. Herbert Haynes, of the Bay
Passen g e r3, F re ig h t
Begin now to provide for a “ rainy
The near approach a bed may show
side, went to Bandon Monday to
At the recent state examination
Of human bliss to human woe.
see her sister, Mrs. G. R. Hancock, day," by placing your earnings in
Low Rates and Excellent Accom
— I s a a c dk B b n s b b a d e .
after visiting with her mother, Mrs the Farmer's and Merchant’s Bank.
modations. Our Interests are
of the eighth grade In this city, the
entire class, instructed by Miss An Ostermoor is the best—Laird has V. L. Arrington, of Myrtle Point a
Men let us take your order, at
Hughes, passed with high honors.
A. F. ESI A BROOK CO.
A new line of ladies’ elastic belts made by Strauss Bros, of Chicago.
This is a good showing for both
M E Church, South.
just in at Robinson’s.
teacher and pupils, and one of which
Come in and see the 500 samples
San Francisco and Bandon
J. B. Moomaw who sustained a
they may tf>ell feel proud. The ex
and let us take the order for your
Services next Sunday, preachmg badlv hurt knee while handling Fourth of July suit now.
aminations were conducted by Miss
freight as deckhand on tbe steamer
Dispatch last week, is on deck
Emma Sherwood and Miss Hughes by the pastor.
Robinson’s Store fins just received
At night a special service will be again, but not able to do a great a new line of art, fronting, round
The highest average was that of
thread and butchers linen in white,
George Crow, being 97 and seven held. The pastor will take for his deal of heavy work.
The Revs. F. R. Zugg, of North also art linen in brown.
subject: "The Vision of Mirzah.”
Bend, A. Haberly, of Bandon, and
Herbert Adams, of Riverton, was
There were twenty-two in the Mrs. Cbas. Moomaw will sing, ‘‘His J. 0 . Linegar, of Marshfield, went
class as follows: George Oerding,
to Myrtle Point yesterday to take in Coquille Monday. His brother- !
Alice Cnlln, Laura Watson, Naomi will be rendered by Mr. C. E. Mc part in the installation of Rev. G in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Delivered anywhere in
Knowlton, Imogene Alexson, Irvin Curdy, Let everyone be present at W. Taylor as Presbyterian minister Bradley, late arrivals from Minne
at that place.
sota, are now living on Mr. Adams’ j town by the month or on
Watson, Edna Harlocker, Della this service— and especially the
Robinson’s store will have ladies’ farm near Riverton.
Lund, Vesta King, Erma Culin, young people.
dusters in stock in a few days.
Those onion sets at Knowlton’s
Maybelle Crouch, Clifford Kern,
Frank Hastings, Jno. Stephens, were grown especially for him by
m id < o n s tl| H ifio n .
Georgia Watson, Wendell Knapp,
R. J. Huggart and their families, one of the best growers of sets in j
Willie Crow, George Crow, Perry
from Spokane, Washington, passed the Willamette valley.
Lawrence, Nellie Custer, Lynn iousness and constipation, which through this city by wagons and
Being short on logs tbe mill at
Mv teams for the Bandon section where
Snow, Alice Stanley, Hazel Howey made life miserable for roe.
place closed down tbe middle
and Georgia Laud.
force and vitality. Pepsin prepa
For Sale. — Studebaker wagon, of last week, and did not start up
« ->•» «
McCormick mowing machine and again till Monday morning. Messrs
Ira BuzaD, the inveterate miner, rations aod cathartics only made
rake. Frank Nelson, Norway.
Aasen took advantage of the time j
was down from Eckley two or three
Mrs. A. R. Clinton, who has been
days last week renewing old ac where I should have been today had in the state of Washington visiting intervening to have some impor-1
quaintances and forming new ones. 1 not tried Chnralierlain’s Stomach her mother for several months, re tant repairs made.
Eggs for hatching— White Ply- [
Mr. Buztin has lost none of his en and Liver Tablets. The tablets re turned last Sunday after having
thusiasm for Coos and Curry coun lieve the ill feeling at once, strength spent some time at the hot springs mouth Rocks, and Brown Leghorns
$l.oo per setting, also Indian Run
for the benefit of her health.
ties’ mining siction. It is still his! en the digestive functions, purify
ner ducks. J. C. Watson, Coquille..
opinion that Southern Oregon has
Prof F. S. Bunch, of Gravel j
some of the best mineral-bearing 1 ing the system to do its work nat
sets ever seen in this market.
hord, started recently for Portland j
leogea u the county, and all thnt is
A. M. Snyder, of Myrtle Point, where he will attend a meeting of j
These tablets are for
needed is a good sum of money ham, Ala.
in Coquille Saturday and in the Seventh Day Adventist church. [
judiciously expended iu develop wale by R. S. Knowlton.
formed us that his wife, who under He was accompanied by bis mother, ]
ment work ami there will be opened
went an operation for appendicitis
who spent several weeks in town
at Portland a short time ago, is
Card of Thanhs
some excellent pajing mines.
rapidly recovering and expects to lately with her daughter, Mrs.!
other colums in this paper is a
We wish to thank our many be able to return home in about
writeup of a Josephine county
Our shelves are full of new epring
prospect which it is claimed extended friends and neighbors for their
Mrs. Spandiug has undergone an and summer goods. Call and see
to w ithin the limits of Coos and kindness and sympathy in the sad
operation at Mercy Hospital and it them and get prices.
We are al
Curry, and from what Mr. Buzan accident and death of our son.
is now hoped the worst is over and ways ready to wait on you at Henry
M b Ajtn Mis H. C. H c u b e s .
tebs ns, there are indications which
that she will be home with tbe fam Lorenz's.
would tend t<> bear out the assertion.
Mr. Spalding and tbe
The rebuilt Codv mill started up
While there has been but little
children returned from the Bay on Monday. Tbe Boilers and en
prospecting for other metals than
. . . . . .
¡Sundav, and will goon go down to gines were warmed up on Saturday,
gold, it is a known fact that they W atchmaker,
Engraver, ^ th„ homeatead to do some planting.
the wheels turned to see how they
exist, and as to the qualities, re
1 Call and examine the full line cf would work and on Monday, all
mains to be determined by develop
, Men’s and Children’s clothing—
being in order, a good start was
[latest styles -at Henry Lorenz’s
made. This is now a tar better
mill than before the fire and one
This, the 18th ol May, is the date
On Sunday afternoon, an aut«-
of which the valley feels proud.
that our little planet is to betangled
Ä i* *
| mobile party from Coquille visited
up with the tail of Haley’s comet.
I North Bend. L. H. Hazard in bis ' Robinson's store carries an up-to-
If you want your
While many have had forbodings of
auto, carried Mrs. Hazard and Miss date stock of fine white goods,
Lingerie Batiste, Flaxon, Linatre,
shoes repaired go
various evils to cotne from our con
! Florence Atkinson, while Miss
Persian I.awn, India linen, Organdie
tact with the comet or the sparks
from it, nothing of that nature' is
machine, carried Mr and Mrs J
evident so far, only a few even re
W. Lenevr. M i * h Emma Sherwood ! John Notley, of Santa Cruz Ca!i-
porting a good sight ol it.
aul L. A' Lilj*qvi't
M isa Johnson fornia, who bad spent a week in
weather seetus a little unusual, and
is a very ab'e cbeffeor, hati-liing this city looking after projierty in
some ate inclined to blame that to
the maehiueina very clever in inner •etests and enjoying a visit with
many old friends of hts lather,
the comet. The past few nights
Cheap Dairy Ranch 240 acres,
have been very cool, light frosts be
about 120 acres creek bottom and William Notley, went as far as Coos
Bay 00 bis return Motidav after
ing noticeable on some occasions,
40 or 50 e'enr, orchards and build-,
but we have heatd of no damages
inga. flilXH). Finny teitns. See K. noon He will «ail on the next
W «A ^ V > i* 7 •£ 'jt vjA
N Smith, MyitPi Foirit. (I*, eia ,
At Fiye Hundred.
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RYE, GRASS, ETC., BEETS, CAR
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Full Supply of
And all Kinds of Garden Seeds
Of Interest to Dairymen
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