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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1911)
indisposed a considerable portion of the ! lots of J. Quick, used by him as res - The gasoline boat Wolverine has
winter and spring was in town S atur-' dence property for several years past. lieen off her run a few days owing to
j The cottage of Mr. Quick will be moved i an accident which occurred to the en-
P. S. Robinson of Norway, was in
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
to lots he owns east of the Cope resi- gines Friday while Capt. Willard was
Right prices at Robinson's.
’ denes and Mr. Shine will erect a mod taking them apart to examine them.
O Ilice* in Uiohinoud Bulker Building
ern home for himself and family on his The Queen was brought around from
Joe Bledsoe of this city went to Ban-
Co iüIl.l.K, OtticooN.
visited her friends, the Misses Collier, new purchase.
the Bay to take her place till the re
Having closed out our Dry Goods ami gone into
of this city the latter part of last
Olilo Hl'uim Mmn 211.
pairs are made. It seems that while
the Grocery business exclusively, we have decided
Tents for rent at Anderson's.
Lloyd Spires of Myrtle Point, was in week.
removing the cylinder head that part
to discontinue the handling of the Graphophone.
Coquille on Monday.
Thomas Carev formerly of North
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Hanley, of Lam-
of the engine was broken in Buch a |
As we have put out som ething like two hun
Camp supplies at Anderson's.
Dr 0 W. EnJicott
dred machines, we will continue to h mdle the Kce-
Mrs. Henry Johnson was up from day after returning from Myrtle come up from Port Orford to tne Bay sary, the procuring of which will re
on the Randolph for the purpose of
Kiverton on Friday.
quire several days.
ordg, hut have decided to make some changes in
shipping his goods down and was re
the giving out of Records to our Customers who
In a communication to Z. T. Johnson,
John Warner, of Rowland Prairie,
o Hr.« o r F * r st NatimiH» H unk
Lane who has been very ill for some
J. H. Matheny, formerly of this valley,
was in town yesterday,
have our Machines, Viz: When xour Cash pur
weeks, ¡8 improving very satisfactorily sea ride going up.
states that he is changing his place of
Albert Garfield of Bandon, had busi
chases amount to $5.00 we will give you one Sin
P h o n e *1 i m 4:il.
C oquilie, O regon
Mrs. Ed Barker who has been ill for residence from San Diego to Los Ange
ness in Coquille on Friday.
gle Record free, or one Double Record by pay
Eggs— We will bo able to supply a short time from typhoid is improving les. He says the weather is fine down
J. H. Snyder of Myrtle Point, was a
ing 35c in addition to tUe $5.00 worth of Tickfts,
your wants for Easter. Lyons & while her sister, Mrs. Woodruff is en there. States that there is some fight
Coos Bay visitor on Monday.
tirely well of that desease, but is suf ing near San Diego and that some of
and willcontinuo to keep a good selection of p etes
fering from eyersipilas, but is also im the dead have been brought there for
Field corn aud vetch at Kuowl-
E. D, SPERRY
on hand at all times.
Mrs. Fred Tuttle of Bandon, return proving.
The latter contracted ty burial. And he adds that war is surely
too’s Drug Store
Attorney and Connoollor at Law.
ed from a visit at Marshfield on Tues phoid while nursing on the Bay and the what Sherman said it was. Johnson
B. B. Teters and son of Fairview day, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. latter contracted it from her.
Office in Hobinaon Building
suggests that J. H. is making the
had business in town Monday.
R. M. Weider.
Owing to the inclement weather move to get out of the live bullet zone.
George Laird of Bandon greeted
C. A. Johnson, the pioneer furniture which has prevented the logging camps —Myrtle Point Enterprise.
friends in this city on Saturday.
dealer and manufacturer, of Marsh working at full force, the Smith mill Frank T. Wrightman, Grand Vice
Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries, Flour and Fee
Mr. and Mrs. Birdie Randieman of field spent severaldeys in town, return is closed down today tin account of a Chancellor and Lou Stinson, Grand
W. C. CHASE.
Lamps, were in town Monday.
ing on Monday.
shortage of logs. A. H. Powers is ar Keeper of Records and Seal, of the
J. W. Evans of Arago transacted
Mrs. Ralph of Arago, was a pas ranging to open two more camps soon Grand Lodge of Knights of Pythias are
business in Coquille on Saturday.
senger to Lamps Friday by th# Co so that there will not be any trouble on in Coos County this week and met with
Offioe in liichmond-Barker Building.
Deliv quille. She went to see her mother, that score in the fnture.—Coos Bay Lycurgus Lodge No. 72 Tuesday even
ing. The meeting was one of the best
ered at your house for $1.25 a Joad Mrs. W. M. Burgess.
Mrs. P. J. Lindberg of Port Orford,
Walter Sinclair, the attorney, had
W. D. Marshall, the Bandon mer held by the local lodge this year and
who has spent two weeks in this city chant, passed through town Monday the attendance wrs far above the
C. R. BARRON
business at Marshfield yesterday.
average. A banquet for the visiting
Miss Etta James who is teaching at with her son Thomas Lane and family, on his way home from attendance at officers was served in the banquet
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
G U A R A N T E E D FOR L IFE
started home Friday.
the grand lodge of tda order of Fores
room rfter the closing of the session
Office Phone 335 Main
We consider the Hnpmobile life-long, “square-deal guaran
George Beale of North Slough, was
and the entire evening was an unquali
Residence Phone 346 Main
Jones; perfect fit and perfect wear week. He was expecting to remain in fied success.
tee to be the strongest element of protection ever incorporated
over from the Bay side on Monday.
Portland several days, but owing to the
in the manufacture of motor cars.
C oquille C ity , O ke
Folsom’s confectionery is headquart ing qualities.
fact he was not feeling well he re
A demonstration will be given you at your convenience.
A new E-M-F 30 arrived in town this
ers for fihe home made candies.
nesday of last week, from his place on
turned at this time.
Auto Garage and storage room now open. Second street
upper Catching Creek. He states that
Mrs. Ai Willard of near Prosper,
Walter Condron, Wm. Wade and coyotes have been doing considerable
new machine was delivered to Pinkston
did shopping in Coquille on Friday.
J. J. STANLEY
Tom Goodale are making a trip over damage among sheep in that country
H. W. Holverstott of Fairview, was
D. C. Gibson came down from Port the old Coos Bay wagon road by team this spring. Until this winter coyotes
a Coquille business visitor on Friday.
to inspect it preliminary to starting
Sam Stout, the North Fork logger, land last Monday and will spend some the auto service. This season between were uncommon on the creek, and it is
Front Stree had business in Coquille on Monday, time in Coquille while he looks after $20,000 and $25,000 will be expended on believed that the heavy snows of last
his Coos County interests.
winter drove them out of the moun
C jq UI llh . O bkoon
Mre. Barritt of Riverton, made a
Young Mr. and Miss Cattlerlin, son Improving the road of which about $17, tains. The sheep men of the section
trip to the Bay and returned on Mon
and daughter of Mr. Catterlin of the 000 has been raised by special tax Infected have raised a fund among
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Starr ranch below Bandon passed levies along the route.—Coos Bay themselves and sent for wolf hounds,
I am In the market for chltham through from Portland on Monday.
and will take such other steps as seem
A. J. Sherwood.
A lively game of baseball was par advisable for the extermination of these
A ttornhy - àt - L aw ,
W. W. Endicott of Myrtle Point,
ALWAYS ON TIME
came down yesterday and is holding a ticipated in at Riverton last Sunday, varmints.—Enterprise.
N otaby P ubl ic ,
Mrs. 1. M. DeLong of Bandon, was position in the blacksmith and ma the local team and that of Norway
at 9 a. m. on May 21, 26 & 31 I»
a Coqtille visitor on Friday of last chine shop of Kime and Von Pegert in crossing bats in dead earnest. The
of tide May, 13, 23 & 28. A
Reservations held only until noon o f day previous to *
Attorney L. A. Liljeqvist, had busi
Reservations for berths on the S. was a fi St one from first to finish,
ness which called him to the Bay yes S. Elizabeth tor San Francisco, call however, the Norway, boys carried
away the laurels in a score of 5 to 3.
A ttobney - at - L aw .
PAUL L. STERLING, Agent
There was some very fine playin g
Phone Main 181 i’i
C. O. Crosby, the Fairview nursery
ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL.
J. D. Donaldson of Riverton, who done by both sides which was heartily
N otaby P ublio ,
man, was a Coquille business visitor on has been very ill for some time from a enjoyed by the crowd attending.
Services first and third Sundays
severe attack of pneumonia and other
of each month.
100 pieces of material for spring complications, was improving nicely at
every Sunday at 10 a. m.
dresseB on sale at the White House lest accounts.
will come down to stay next week. He Archdeacon Wm. Horsfall, rector.
R S. KNOWLTON, President
GEO. A. ROBINSON, V. Pies.
next Saturday; silks, mulls, pongees,
Hall & Hall,
J. M. Nye, the travelling man, ar will have charge of the horseshoeing
E. H. MAST, Cashier
rived from California yesterday as al
A ttobneyr - at I . aw ,
department of the Kime & Von Pegert
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
The steamers Elizabeth and Fifield so did his wife and mother-in-law, Mrs.
Dwalei in R eal E stât o f a ll k i n d s
machine shop and this will put this firm
arrived in the river from San Francisco Cope, but he was not aware of their
Preaching each Sunday, morning
M arsh field , O regon.
coming, nor were they of his.
workers of the county as both members and evening, except the third Sun
W. T. Johnson and his mother, for of the firm are first class mechanics day In each month.
Marshfield were Coquille visitors on mer residents of the Myrtle Point sec and Mr. Endicott is reputed to be one
Bible school at 10 a. m.
tion, passed through today to see old of the very best shoers in the county.
E. C. D Holden
Christian Endeavor each Sunday
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000
Mr. and Mrs. Redfield of Lamp«, re friends in that place. They now reside
I. , .V Ï .ih
Mr. Dean and Mr. May were passen evening.
turned from a visit to North Bend on in North Yakima, Washington.
A Reasonable Share of Your Business Solicited
IT T! F OF TRI- hUfF
You are heartily welcome.
gers up from San Francisco by the
Hou e and t« o o ’s in Coquilli- Fifield last Monday. Mr. Dean was one
s ''o.utuiiwionor OcntTHl lnsnrnnp* Monday.
T. B. McDonald, Minisler
First Class Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent
T o ExcllANUK ()l < .on.I young fur »«le on i M'l' ; n-i-i (a o' part of the owners of the Oskosh which was
. m l N o t l r v Pu bli c. I lib o,
horse lor »1 »bn g n d by ihe »ere. slashing, £38i
I'! m r 3x *34-2' wrecked near the mouth of the Colum
iti R obin so n Rnild in g .
Phn e 3 *.
*31 2 1 ,
Hardee Must earn i down from the bia last winter, and Mr. May was the
School at 10 o’clock next
engineer on the boat at the time of the
I I. SHERWOOD Pres.
R. E.SHINE, Vise Pres
Ca[ t. Pcnilergrars of Marshfield had L"e settlement la<t Saturday and gave
disaster and the only survivor of the Sunday morning. Everyone join in the
. business which tailed him to Coquille
L. H HAZARD, Ceahlsr
0. C. SANFORD, Aset. Ceshler
Norris which occurred at the Lee
I i Saturday.
Mr. Dean and also one of the i thers of dist Church.
DR. K. A. LEER
W. R. Haines the Marshfield musical school house on Friday evening.
Evening service as nsual.
the boat waa a member of the crow and
The city marshall i. posting cleanup
instrumental dealer waj in Cilquiilo on
F rank H. A d a m s , P asto r.
PHYSIC! \S AND SURGEON
I >tui -lay.
notices. All persons who have un
VV. W. Faust was in from Coaledo METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
O P C O Ç U IIiliH , O ftH O O ff.
K.r-t N:,| ,.,al R ..k Puillirg
1 C. D. Southmaye 1 of Myrtle Point, sightly nrcum ib.tio s of rul.I i ii of any
it a Jay or so in town the first of sort about the.r promises will be ex Saturday. He was telling us of his
Memorial services Sunday morning r r a n s a c t a a G e n e r a l B a n k i n g B u s i n e s s
has no great record to show up during
Albert and Frank Barklow were j Thomas S. EveriMeri mid nephew, the spring months, his book shows a 11 o’clock.
League 7:00 p. m.
down from the Myrtle Point section ilorrace Everneen of Bridge were in good record a'J winter which makes his
2. HOAG, M. D.
e'oquille Satjrd.iV. T!ie former, spec
Evening service eight o’clock. Sub
Board of Directora.
ial road macter for District 13, had
I 'l l Y S i IAN AND SIT KG EON
For Sale - T w f i n e bottom g ar business pertaining to road matters.
knows how to take care of his fouls so ject, “Jonah.”
o Commerce, New Y ork Ti
Milweek service each Thursday
as to get good results when prices are
L . H. Hazard,
den lots I m quite of N PlyltT
Crocker WoolworthjN’IBank, San F ran ci
Attorney A. S. Hammond of this
. i. • .. i ». » i I a’u»r Building.
R. E. Shine. F irst N a fl Rank oflPofiland, Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Nonda Anderson, of city, returned from Portland Monday. high, and this to a great measure de
E. S u tt on M a c e , P asto r.
the lower river, spent several days in He had bean to that city on business I termines the success or failure in the
connected with the L. D. Kinney bank
town last week.
Eggs for Sale.
ti. H. Sigsby of Bandon, had busi ruptcy case, in which there seems lo
McFarlane strain White Leg
ness in town Monday, and shook hands have been little dene.
horns; next to White Rocks !n
with many friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Ned C. Kelley of this
J . L. LATRO, Proprietor.
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hampton of the city returned from a sojourn of seve
There is a beautiful silk quilt on ex size. Per setting of 15, $2. H.
Bay, were Myrtle Point visitors the ral weeks in Portland, where they hibition at Lorenz’s store. Go and see M. Branham, Coquille, Ore. 3-30tf
Leaven Myrtle|Point doily at 8 o’clock
went to see a sister of Mr. Kelley, it and get particulars as to how you
forepart of the week.
p rn., carrying mail ami passengers.
may become possessor of this beauti
Mrs. S. S. Sherwood, of this city,
Arrives at Roseburg following evening.
cancer with no hopes of recovery.
Sta^e leave-» Roeeburg daii. it at 6 a.
fh j (Jvlebriterf tieramnnn Shoe was a passenger to the Bay by yester It looked somewhat old-fashioned to ful piece of handiwork.
m. Special rigs f« r parties at any time.
An almost new Remington Sholes
Phe S t r »ug st *n I N e ir» Ht W a t e r day’s morning train.
Is there anything in all this world typewriter.
Mrs. C. Y. Lowe and daughter, Miss see ( apt. W . T. McCloskey of Myrtle
Half price. Inquire
of alio ui i le *•»» l o g e r a , m i n e r s
Maude of Bandon, wont to the Bay Point at the wheel of the steamer Myr- ! hat t> <d more unp riarce to you of Clark Mace, Coquille, or Herald OFFICE A
MHiifi i mill men.
tie when she pulled into dock from
Tuesday and returned.
Hi l in urn i* n 4'iee*
Myrtle Point on Saturday, and take the j than good digestion? Food must office.
James Walstrom the Bandon agent lock mail pouch and hike for the post-. he eaten t > sustain life and must he
P o u t L A N D. O h e <K)!I.
Home Telephone 461.
Farmers Telephone 156
of the steamer Elizabeth had business office.
M illin ery O pening.
digested aud converted luto blood.
in Coquille on Saturday.
Dr. C. W. Endicott will leave for When the digestion fails the whole
Mrs. A. G. Aiken will open up
Barred Plymouth Rock eggs, 15 Portland tha first of next month for an
•-toS», per eetti g $1.00.
For sale absence of ten drys. While in the city body suffers. Chamberlain’s Tab her S pciig and Summer Millinery
by J. Quick, Coquille, Ore.
tf he will attend the annual meeting of j lets are a rational mid reliable cure
uesday M irch 2 ist, at her store
L. C. Bargelt, formerly of the Myr the State Dental Association and will for indigestion. '1 hev iuerease the ui Front street. All are invited.
B uild er and
flow of bile, purify ihe blood, streng
tle Point Enterprise, passed through also take in the Rose Festival.
in th:8 town needs watching!
to the Bay on Saturday.
Charles Heller of Dora, haa a large then the stomach, and tone up the
I p he your husband, your brother or your son?
We have noticed him gazin/ longingly at the good watches
Estimates gladly furnishe I. <!i Attorney J. M. Upton of Marshfield depot which will be used next thresh whole digestive apparatus to a nat
in our window as bethought of the poor time-piece in
had business which called him to the
ural and healthy action. For sale
Ii s pocket
ing season to drive his separator. It is
county seat on Saturday.
. . .
a nip« Innkincr loncrinp onrl urill Hnnbt.
or address i
LOCAL N E W S
P. E. DRANE
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HUPM O B IL E
1. R. Nosier
SUNDAY SERVICES IN
F arm ers
FIRST N A T IO N A L B A N K
ROSEBUKR- IYRTLE POINT STAGE LINE
Laird’s Livery Barn, Myrtle Point
W. H. BOYLE
C E R T A IN
E i iza bei T
SAILING EVERY EIGHT DAYS
with wireless appara
tus Twin Screw, new, clean and
Passenger rates, First
Class $10 and 7.50
Up Freight $3.50 per ton.
Bandon Warehouse Co. Agents.
Norton and Nosier Agts
COQUILLE. OR EG.
Phone Home 111. Farm er's483
this section was in this city on business !
- “■"^'«»cy or pow -1
er for his purpose.
Wil! make regular trips between
connected with his office.
Ira Buzan came down from the John
O oquille R ive r an J ‘ an
Robart Wagner was up from Bandon
yesterday looking for fat cattle for son Creek mining district the first
F r a n c is c o .
of the week on business. He informs \
the Bandon meat market.
us that he has good prospects in view
N o S to p -o v e r at W a y P o rta
J. G. Leneve of Bandon, was up to in more ways than one. But we don’t
Electric Lights. Everything in First
Coquille Monday to see bis mother and mean to insinuate that any of them are
Coal Oil, »Saturday only, per
other members of the family.
of a matrimonial nature.
Reservations at Fuhrman's
Mrs. M. O. Hawkins of this city,
C. C. Carter, the up river lum ber-
Cod Gish. Saturday only, 3
man, was a passenger from the Bay went to the Bay Tuesday to take a
Friday by the morning train.
steamer for Portland where ahe goes lor 25c
We have a nice selection of wash for a visit. She expects to remain for
Frazer Axle Grease,
goods, laces and embroidery. Call the Rose Carnival. Sha will visit Mrs.
only, 3 for 2.5c.
at our store and let us show you. j Capt. Snyder and other friends while
| in the city.
Lyons & Jones.
H. M. Lorber of the Dollar Steam
Thos. King of Marshfield returned ship Company is visiting friends in this
home Saturday after visiting his j city this week. Mr. Lorber came up
daughter Mrs. Moody aeveral days.
| from San Francisco on the Grace Dol
William Hecking, superintendent of lar which arrived at Coos Bay last
the Prosper mill, had business which week, but will retrun to the city by the
brought him up this way on Monday. ! overland route.
s p e c
Hamilton, They are the railroad
America. $14.50 to $ ,000.