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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1910)
WEDNESDAY, TUNF 1, 1910.
AD D IT IO N A L LOCAL
Just received a full line of ladies’
Felt, Panama and straw bats for
men at Rabinson’s Store.
kid gloves— all shades—at Henry
The steamer Elizabeth arrived in
Buy your flower of Lyons & Lorenz’s Store,
the Coquilleou Thursday afternoon. Jones, every sack guaranteed, $1.70.
A new hull is to be built for the
Mrs. L. Cochran left last week
Mrs. H. R Kirkendolll, of this steamer Echo, plying on the upper
for Sau Francisco for medical treat- city, returned Sunday from a trip | river. Messrs. Panter have let the
j contract Mr. Herman, and the boat
A liesh supply of sweet and sour
S. C<. Jilev, >f Myitle Point, was 1 will be built at the Herman yard
pickles at Robinson's store.
a passenger to Baudot) by Satur on the lower river.
Ladies’ muslin and knit under
wear at Robinson’s Store.
E. D. Myers was down from Lee
WM. FRANZENBACH. Sculptor
Contractor in Marble, Granite,
M. M. Dobbins, of Lauipa, was a
Coquille business visitor on Satur-
Stoue, Concrete mul Tile
J. F. Lee was up from Itiv rtoii
Vaults, Monuments, Head-tones, Tab
Local JulvertisenuMitH among local
reading five cents per line each inser
lets, Iron Fences and all kinds of
Chus Brook- was down from Ara-
Ripe and green olives in bulk
tion. Cards cT thanks 50 cents each.
Cemetery and Budding Werk.
Obituary poetry five cents per line.
at Robinson’s store.
Resolutions of Condolence ami lodge
E A Winter tvas down bom Carving and bettering a Specialty.
advertising live cents per line.
H. E. ibulley, the Carpenter aud
Fislitrap ou Monday.
M A R S H F IE L D , O R E G O N
contractor, who was given ttie con
If you want goods for that Fourth day’s Dispatch.
The plan ot some of the leading
Miss Frank Dean started for
tract for the construction of a new
W. A, Varney
II. L. Varney
members of the Republican party of July dress liobinson's store is Stone churns and jars just opened Portland and other Wi'amctte val
home for E. E. Johnson, on Spur lower river on Saturday.
to establish the assembly plan ot
phee to gel it.
ley points Saturday where she will
geon Hill has tbe foundation com
The steamer Fifield arrived in
conducting the coming campaign, is
The place to buy men’s work or
Mrs. T. R Pointer, is very ill at visit friends for several weeks.
pleted and in a short time building
river on Sunday evening.
this time, but is somewhat rnetter
not meeting with the approval of all dress gloves is Robinson’s Store
Lyons A Jones always try to have will begin to take form.
the members . f the party, but it is
J. S Lyons aud A1 Hite started than she was a day or so ago.
something nice on hand for you for
For a good second-hand Singer
be one of the neatest and most
expected that all will be adjusted for Koseburg yesterday morning
Turbans and turban pics at your Sunday dinner.
sewing machine, call at the H eh -
| modern homes in the city.
satisfactorily by election time. The with auto loads of passengers.
Rose’s Cash Store,
1) H Dollar, the lumberman, ar
Make your washing easy by us-
Does a general Housemouing
intention of the advocates of the
Harley Mattoon, of Drain, who rived from Portland last Thursday
If you are looking for white dress
assembly plan claim that all they goods Robinson’s Store carries a is here visiting with his uncle, Paul and proceeded down the river where | ing Washing Tablets at Draue’s
Foundation repair business
are working for is a thorough un good stock.
In the County Court of the County of
L. Sterling, went to Bandon Mon he goes to look after business in
Coos and Stale of Oregon.
derstanding aud conserted action
Frank Burkholder, of this city
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
thly for a little outing on the beach terests.
E. C. Baker <fe Co., have on dis
Notice is hereby given that Healed bide
on the part of their party so as to
j is in receipt of a letter from Nor In the matter of the (luanliansliip of
For Salo.— Studebaker wagon,
the person and estate of Bertha M. will he received for the grading and
be assured of their full strength be play at their jewelery store an Edi
Btill headquarters for Ladies’ hair McCormick mowing machine and walk. Cal., in which lie gives the
Ogle and Alfred I.. Ogle; minor heirs planking of n portion of the County road
known as the Upper North Fork Coun
ing brought to bear upon each
information that Mrs. Branham's
rake. Frank Nelson, Norway.
of Alfred N. Ogle, deceased.
ty road in road district No. 11, In Coos
candidate, while some are inclined | machine made. It is worth your
helth is no better, aud thnt an op
Whereas, Patrick S. Welch, the gua-- Countv, Oregon, according to plan« and
A large number of our townspeo
to think it is drifting back too near
cration will be necessary for her re ilian of the above named minor chil specificatianB on file with the County
ple went to Marshfield Monday for ployed in the Aasen Bros’ camp,
Clerk. Hide will he received for any
like the old convention plan when
Gentlemen now is the time to
lief, They thiuk Oregon is better dren, the said Bertha M. Ogle an I Al part of the grading or planking, or the
decoration while |many came to this sustained a broken leg last Tburs-
fred L. Ogle, has duly filed in the above whole of such improvements.
witt-Duller; s controlled the choosing get a new suit tor the fourth o f July
suited to their health and it is prob
city from the bay for the same pur j day, at 3:30 p. m. He was a loader
entitled court and cause, his petition
Five i er ceil of the amount of the hid
nd¡dates, and are in favor of Robrnson’s Store can fit you.
able they will be up this way a .-ain. for tire sale of the follow ing real proper to l>e deposited with tie* County Clerk
workeDg at the landing, and at
with bid. to be forfeite 1 to Coos County,
the new paimary election way of
L. P. Maury hears from his
Agate and Enamel Saucepans ty belonging to the said Alfred L. Ogle, Oregon,
in case contract shall he award
Robinson’s Store has just received tempted to pass between the logs kettles and pans at Hersey's A full
deceaseil to-w it: The North East quar ed to bidder anil he fail to enter into
daughter, Mrs. Bartholomew, of
a new line of art, fronting, round and a car which was being loaded,
ter of Section Thirty Two (32) Town contract within five (5) days, with bond
stock of racket. Call.
The city council of Coquille lias Washington, who is very lttv from thread and butchers linen in white,
when the logs took a roll and he
ship Twentv Five (25) South of Range and sureties in an amount equal to h> of
ordered from Ballard, Washington, pneumonia and typhoid each day. also art linen in brown.
amount of bid. All bids to be de
Messrs. J. A. Gardner, Alfred Ten West (10) West of the Willamette the
Both legs were bad-
posited with the County Clerk of Coos
500 feet of conduit pipe to be used There is but little chauge since last
Rev. Brayden, a Baptist minister, j ly bruised and bis right one frac- Ford and J. M. Stone, the two for
County, Oregon, on or before the 7th
in taking in another stream to our reported, she still being in a very
Ttie said Alfred f,. Ogle, is the owner davof June, A. I). 1910,at 10o ’clock a.m.
will preach at the Presbyterian j tured between the knee and aokle mer from Los Angeles, Cal., and
of an undivided one half interest in and The County Court reserves the right to
water supply. With the improve critical condition.
church next Saturday at 2:30 p. m.
| the latter from Tennissee, went to
to said lands aliovc described
And it reject any and all bids.
Robinson’s store carries an up-to-
ments being made to our water sys
Dated this 24th day of Mav, A. D.
Come boys and look over our and on Sunday at 11 a. m. All are date stock of fine white goods, Bandon Monday, and in company appearing to the court that it is necet-
tem it is not probable that any re stock of clothing before the fourth
cordially ; invited to attend these ! Lingerie Batiste, Flaxon, Linaire, company with (J. L. C. Smith ure sary and beneficial to bis said estate
H. K. WILCOX,
strictions will be put on the use ol of July rush comes on.
Persian Lawn, India linen, Organdie preparing to make a test of Coos that said property be sold.
Special Hoad Master for R. D. No. 11.
water lor irrigating yards, so if yon
Now therefore, it is ordered that,
county black sand as a mining prop
The sad inlelligence of the death
Eggs for hatching— White Ply-
don’t have nice flowers it will not
Tuesday, July 5, A. D. 1910, at the hour
NOTICK TO CREDITORS.
Hubert Addison, one of the jun osition. We wish them success.
of ten o ’clock, A. M. at tbe office of the
be for the want of water.
There by accident of John Morgan, Jr., «o u th Rocks, and Brown Leghorns
In the County Court of the Mate of
f l .o o per setting, also Indian Run ior members of the Margaret lies
A full line of shoes— for men Undersigned. County Judge of Coos Oregon, for the County of Coos.
was a little complaint a short time at Modesto, California, recently has ner ducks. J. C. Watson, Coquille.
Co., arrived in town Monday after,
ago about the water being dirty. reached us. We are not in posses
women, and children at Henry County, Oregon, at tbe Court house at
In the Matter of the Estate of Charles
Coquille, Coos County, Oregon, be. and
There will be preaching at the noon on bis way to Bandon where ! Lorenz’s store.
It is not noticed since the new work sion of the full particulars of the
it is hereby fixed as the time and place A. Peterson, Deceased
is finished on the supply pipes and j
Notice is hereby given bv the under-
are informed that a Christian church Sunday. Morning
•J. P. Tupper, the pioneer hotel for beari-'g «»id petjt’nn. A id that all j
the reservoirs have been flushed 1
subject, “ Making Sure” Evening taking an electrical course which
s gned, executrix of the la t will and
and conditions are greatly improved
Subject, “ The Great White throne.’’ takes his time and he left the road. man, will leave for the east next minor, Allied 1.. Ogle, and all persons j testament of Charles A. Peter.-on, de
— in fact, Coquille has a water sys which he was working went to
: Saturday, accompanied by his grad- interested in his said es'ale. appeir lie- ceased. to the creditors of and all per
tem that any town might be proud pieces and he was struck by a fly You will be cordially welcomed to He tells us that the company has
daughter, Miss Agnes Tupper. It fore said Court at said time and place, sons having claims rtga'nH the said de
ing piece with fatal results.
possible that they will extend to show cause if any there be. why a ceased, to exhibit such claims, with
The Thirty-eighth annual reun Morgan was about 30 years o f age
For a job of first-class Mending. and, as usual, will be back next their trip to London, England. license should not lie granted for the the necessarv vouchers within six
months after the f’ r-t publication of
ion of the Pioneer Association of and was raised in Coos county, Dying or Cleaning, or a new suit full to play a circuit for a time but
Mr. Tupper is interested in a large sale of the above descri e ! red estate, this notice, to the said executrix at the
Oregon will take place at Poitland
of C. H. Harrows which said office
and that a copy of this order be pub
having lived on a farm near Nor
on June 22 nd. As many as possi
the rear of the Pharmacy building. ing property on the upper Coquille. estate and it is probable that he lished for four succeive weeks prior to the undersign'd sole te 1 a? her p’ a ceof
business in all matters cdtt Reeled with
ble ot the old Oregon pioneers way, and also at Empire when his
Tne young man will make his home j will be obliged to go to that coun tbe time fixed for boaring of said cause, said estate of Charles A. Peterson, de
ought to get together on this occas father was U. 8 . Collector of eus- j William Gallier, of BaDdon, rc-
krai . d , a news paper of ceased.
ion and enjoy each others associa toms at the port of Coos Bay. turned from Marshfield Monday. with J. T. Mrrs, of Bandon.
general circulation, published at Co
M ARY L. PETERSON.
For Sale— In Bandon.
When in need of dishes call at
tion, as they know the time is draw This is a very sad occurence, to be He tells us that his son Mayor
quille, Coos County, Oregon.
Executrix of the Estate of Charles A.
Hersey’s Store and get his prices. hve-room bouse and six lots. Call
ing near when there will not be
Dated this 26dayof May. A. D. 1910.
deplored by all, as Mr. Morgran Steve Gallier is improving slowly, He carries hotel ware, medium
a sufficient number remaining to
C. K. Barrow-, Attv for said Executrix
on or write Mrs. Rachael Willard,
JOHN F. HAUL.
and first publication at Co
hold a reunion. This one should
County Jndge. quille, on this the 11th day of May, 1910.
and Haviland china.
home in tbe near future.
be made a rousing success.
■wrau’T a mm,*
A t trie
Golden Rule, Friday and Saturday Jane 10th and 11th
In order to make room for our Fall line of Shoes, we are forced to close ou^
our Tan shoes for Men, Women and Children. Tans are very popular for
Summei wear and we give you this opportunity to get excellent values at
astonishingly low prices.
Men’s $ 4 .0 0 tans will go for $ 3 .0 0
Ladies 3 .5 0
2 .5 0
3 .5 0 wine colored shoes, 2.45
Boys Billy Bumper Tans, $2.50 and
$2.75 values for $1.85
(tin lo.-s is tom gain,
” I " ' 1 ’
take advantage of this sale and celebrate tile Fourth in a pair of cool summer shoes.
all Black Shoes.
Also we will give a special dis-
You who are not wearing our shoes we want you to get acquainted with us and our shoes.
H E GOLDEN R U LE
In Woodmen Building Opposite First National Bank
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C. H. CLEAVES,
P R O P R IE T O R