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Myrtle Point Business
Mrs. Bledsoe Buys the Scenic
Man Dies Suddenly
B E W IL D E R IN G A R R A Y
NOW ON D ISP LA Y
Greatest variety of Christmas gifts for the little ones that you ever in
Coquille all spread out for your inspection. Come in and see them.
Coquille Racket Store,
Dr. C. IV. ENDICOTT
Office over First National ISank
Phone Main 431
A. J. SHERWOOD
A ttorney at L aw
First National Iiank Building
L J. LILJEQVIST
A ttorney at L aw
«First National Hunk Building
A ttorney at L aw
E. D. SPERRY
A ttorney and
C ounsellor at L aw
Office in Robinson Building
W. C. CHASE
A ttorney at L aw
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg
C. R. BARROW
A ttorney and C ounsellor at L aw
Office Phone 335
Residence Phone 340
J. «A STANLEY
Regular as the Clock
a n d Bandon
First-class fare only............. $7.50
Up freight, per ton
E. & E. T. Kruse
24 California Street, San Francisco
J. E. NORTON
Agent, Coquille, Oregon
D E N V E R . C O I/Q
F.C. TRUE, PROPRIETOR
Geo. W Norris, of Fairview, was
visiting Coquille friends u few days
Ice Cream nt Folsom’s Confection
, Mrs. J. Bledsoe, owner of the
Ruins W. Lundy died suddenly Grand Theater, has bought the
at his home in this city about 9:00 Scenic also and is now owner ot
o ’clock last Thursday evening ol both picture houses. The deal was
heart failure. Mr. Lundy had just made with Slagle and Lorenz, own-
returned from a trip down town and ers ° f the Scenic a week ago, at the
seated himself in a rocking chair time that the Scenic closed and Mrs.
and was not in the house over five Bledsoe took over the licensed ser-
minutes when he died.
vice, but the deal was not finally
Mr. Lundy was about seventy closed until yesterday, as an option
years of age. He caine to Myrtle held by other parties did not expire
Point in 1890 and has ever since until Saiurday. The Scenic will he
been engaged in the hardware husi- kept closed, and the Grand will
ness with his partner, D. A Huling, continue to be the only picture
these lamilies having come here house in town, uuless some one is
from Kansas. He has been a lead- crazy enough to fit up another
er in many a comunity development house. The Grand will use the
project and last fall was elected licensed service and will also show
president of the Bank of Myrtle special features of the independent
make, including the Trey o’ Hearts
His wife died about a year ago j series and other pood pictures. Mrs.
and tuey are survived by three Bledsoe is getting the independent
children William E. Lundy and pictures, will deal direct with Port-
Mrs. Eva A . Lane of this city and lanci. and will not have to depend
Mrs. Mabel A. Dreisbach of San °n the Marshfield parties who play
Francisco, who is 00 the road now ed her such a scurvy trick ten days
ago. By concentrating the patron
to attend the funeral.
Mr. Lundy was a veteran of the age that was formerly divided be
Civil War, having served in the tween the two houses, she will be
: 23 rd Ohio Infantry, and was a enabled to give an excellent service
member of Col. Jewel Post, G. A. R , and still have something left out of
at the time of his death. He was the receipts, and the change should
also a member of the Masonic Lodge result in benefit both to the proprie
and the members of the local lodge tor of thr Grand and to the public.
The Herald man's Thanksgiving
dinner comes in an envelope from
Miss Erma Price visited relatives Bancroft this time.
at Arago over Sunday.
Mrs. Helen Harvey went to
Mr. and Mrs. H. L Carl ami son Marshfield Monday morning to
were in town on business last Fri help her brother, E. H Meude, in
the openiug of bis cigar and con
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. E Taylor fectionery stand in the uew theater
A. F. A A . M. assisted by the Shrin-
have moved to their new home out building.
ers will have charge ol the funeral,
near the old Academy building.
The production of “ Chums” at
Light Hunting Hoots as well us the Riverton, and the dance given after the time for which has been set for
Heavy Rubber Boots ot Lyons & ward was a great social success. t:oo o’clock In the afternoon of Sat
Jones. Ball Brand, wears longer
urday, November 2 1 st.— Enterprise.
Riverton is a live little burg, and
and costs less.
the people there believe in enjoying
Geneva Robison entertained the
They “ Eloped”
Senior class of the Coquille High
Kay Bunch, who tortured and
Considerable excitem en t w a s
School at her home last Tuesday
robbed an old man at Loon lake,
caused in Coquille yesterday by the
was promptly tried at Roseburg, con
news that two ol the young people on
All cold weather drinks will be
victed and received a sentence of
the city had pulled off au elopemejt.
found at Folsom’s Confectionery.
ten years to life in the penitentiary,
Miss Anna Truman, of North with hope from Judge Hamilton The would-be happy parties are
Bend, returned to the Bay yesterday that he would serve the longer sen Reuben H. Mast, Jr , son of R. H.
Mast, of the Farmers and Merchants
after a few days’ visit with Coquille tence.
Bank, and Miss Verna Phillips,
J. D. Black, of Redlands, Cal., daughter of F. B. Phillips.
Trespass notices punted on cloth who for the past six weeks has been
and worded in keeping with law,
visiting relatives on Coos Bay, and morning and took passage on the
or sale at the Herald office.
incidentally recuperating from a se Elder for Eureka, intending to be
At lust it is definitely announced vere attack of typhoid fever, visited
married there or on the high seas.
that the measure for the abolition Coquille friends between trains to
T o conform to the proprieties, they
of capital punishment was carried at day. Mr. Black will take passage
were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
the recent election.
on the Redondo tomorrow for his Haynes of this city.
So far as
I am in the market for Cbitham return to his home.
known, there was no objections to
Bark,Batchers’ and Farmers’ Hides,
The Lyons & Jones sale now un the union of the young people on
Wool, Pelts and Furs.
der way is the greatest yet pulled the part of their families, excepting
G f . o . T. M o u lto n
The Barocca Class of the South off here, and the store has been their tender age, "B u eky,” as he is
Methodist Sunday School was en crowded with customers daily commonly known, being 19 and the
tertained at the home of Beulah There will be some lively scram girl 17 .
Price last Monday evening.
J. R. Wiley fell from the roof of
the Beaver Hill School house last
Wednesday, while engaged in shing
ling, and bis collar bone was broken.
bling tomorrow when three live tur-
ke s will be sent down from the top
of the building and hundreds of
smaller prizes will be distributed.
Harry E. Edwards and
Notice their ad?
M. E. League Lectures
W. C. Laird, who just disposed
of his furniture stock to H. O. An
The lecture on Crater Lake, de
derson, has been selected by sheriff-
livered by Dr. Abbott at the M. E
elect Johnson as his first deputy
church last Tuesday evening was
and has accepted the position.
well attended. Dr. Abbott spoke
The democrats will be very lone from the viewpoint of the every day
some in the next legislature, only traveler and lover of nature, and
two of them got there—one man held the interest of his audience
and one woman, says the Sentinel. throughout the evening.
Gee, and he thinks they will be
On Wednesday evening, Dec 2nd
Rev. Joseph Knotts, of Marshfield,
Take your subscriptions for all
who bas spent five years in the mis
pape.c and periodicals to Folsom's
Coufectionery, and save expense, sion schools of Peru, will deliver a
free lecture at the M. E. church.
trouble and risk.
W E A R E SELLING
Ham, per pound,_______
Lard, 5 lbs., $.75, 10 lbs., . .
Condensed Milk, 3 cans for ____
Tomatoes, 3 cans f o r ___________
Soap, 6 bars fo r________________
Every thing else in proportion. Money
Talks. Come in and see.
The Model Grocery
S. M. Nosier & Co.
Now is the time to subscribe.
K LOS FIT PETTICOAT
William H. Reed and Daisy May
Oscar Franz and Lola Montgom
Lawrence J. Justen and Fiesta H.
Johan Ernst Oleseeo and Johan
na Katarena Petronella.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
w ith LOCAL, A P P L IC A T IO N S , as they
cannot reach the seat o f the disease. Ca
tarrh is a blood o r constitutional disease«
and in order to cure it you m ust take in
ternal remedies. H all’s C atarrh Cure is
taken Internally, and acts d irectly upon
the blood and m ucous surfaces. H all’s
Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It
w as prescribed b y one o f the best phy
sicians in this cou ntry fo r years and is
a regular prescription. I t is com posed of
the best tonics know n, com bin ed with the
best blood purifiers, a ctin g d irectly on the
m ucous surfaces. The p e rfe ct com bina
tion o f the tw o ingredients is what pro
duces such w onderful results in curing
catarrh. Send f o r testim onials, free.
F. J. C H E N E Y & CO.. P rops., T oledo. O.
Sold b y Druggists, price 75c.
Take Hall’s Family Pills for constipation.
A g en t (or C oqu ille
I WILL GIVE $1000
ROOMS AND HOi yRKEEPlNO
APARTMENTS—V&Tflorne Lodg IF I FAIL TO CURE any CANCER or TUM OR
ing House. Everything neat and I t n i t b e fin It POISONS f> U |la < t or ittjcbes t i N m
clean. Your patronage solicited. Without KnifiifPain
W. E. CLEGHORN AND WIFE, No PAY Until Curedj
No X Ray or other
You wiD not know
real petticoat com
fort until you have worn a
F. C. TR U E
D s n T p r m c e v . ___
the kind that fits without
pucker or wrinkle, and
will never bind or sag.
Needs no alteration. This
is because of the patented
elastic waistband and side gussets. W e
have KLOSFJT PETTICOATS in
all the popular shades. Messaline and
Silk Jersey at $5.00 upward, or in
Cotton $1.50 upward.
A n noun cem ent
I I A V IN G leased the plant of the Co-
quille Mill and Mercantile Com
pany, the undersigned is now prepared
to fill all orders for any kind of
R O S E ’S
Especial attention will be paid to the
local demand, and every effort will be
made to supply anything needed at the
shortest possible notice.
The Modern American
H.N. L O R E N Z
plant make« the cure
* 1,000 FOR A FARM H»re is a WRITTEN
chance for a farmer: A 62-acre S A o r Tumor.
e on the Up. face
farm; 60 bottom land; 15 acres or body 6 months is
C a n c e r and never
under plow and 15 acres more pains until last stage
170 PAM BOOK sent
slashed ready to burn; good creek FHEE.
of running water on the place. monials. Writ! tt MMt
Good house, and all necessary
16 miles from
U CANCER and if neglected it alwav* poison*
Coquille, on plank road, mile deep glands in the armpit and KILLS QUICKLY
from postoffice andechool. Terms Poor cured at half price if cancer is yet small
on part if desire t. Investigate DR. & MRS. CHAMLEY & C O - g - S S S S
•'Strictly RtliaMt, b u r n t Canmr S m c IN I s I « v im "
this if you want a farm.
B. Fol AE434 4 43 6 Valencia St. San Francisco.
KINDLY MAIL THIS to someone with
A LUMP IN WOMAN’S BREAST
U A V IN G purchased the Racket Store stock of
Mr. M. H. Hersey, I wish to announce
that the store will be conducted as the Coquille
Racket Store, and we cordially invite the public
to visit and look over our large new assortment
of Christmas goods which have just arrived and
are now on display. I wish to further announce
that after the Holidays we expect to rearrange
our store and enlarge very materially on the
lines of the 5, 10 and 15 cent goods.
Carl Neovins and Alle Kurt.
WANTED—an energetic young man The Strongest and Nearest Water
of good address to sell our line of Proof shoe made for loggers, miners
goods on commission basis, in Co
prospectors and mill meD.
Address Page <fe Son, 621 Thurman Street
P o r t l a n d . O rkoon .
A FEW CHOICE LOTS in Knowl-
tons Heights can still be bought
at ten dollars per month. They
are 04j4*175 ft. Inquire of Ned
9 8 -tf
der, Edson Elliott, Violet Robbins
and one other. Helen Harvey, to
whom had been assigned a part,
found it necessary to go to Marsh
field, and another will be found to
take her part. A date has not been
set, but the play will be given in
the near future. The success at
tending the production of "Chum s”
with nearly the same cast gives
promise that this play will be well
Mabel Wilcox again came to the
front at Drane’s last Saturday and
took the weekly prize with a great
gain in votes At Anderson's, Mrs.
L A. Ross also repeated former suc-
cesses by beat'ng all her competitors
tor the week.
The prize at Drane’s this week
will be a portable electric reading
lamp. Mr. Anderson offers no
special prize this week, and be is
giving a special prize to the candi
date pclling the most vote* between
Nov. 20 and Dec. to.
The many special offers o f votes
are resulting in the running up of
Anderson Buys Stock
some large scores, and rt arid be
' noted that (be half million mark has
The closing-out sale being held
been passed by one candidate.
by W. C Laird came to a sudden
In order to stay io the game the
termination last week, when he dis
game the Herald will make a speci
posed of his stock of bouse furnish
al offer of its own, and will give
ings to H .O . Anderson. About
double votes on all subscriptions
the first of December Mr Anderson
turned in on Saturday next, either
will move ihe stock from hi* old
new or old. Here is a cnance for
location in the Hersey building to
. . . . . . .
1 subscribers to help their favorite
1 , .» r Laird
building, where he w ill 1
icandidates. F orm alin e, please.
hereafter be found.
Following is Saturday night’s
Mr. Laird’s sale prices in effect at
the new staud until that date, and j
he is also offering bargains at the '
old stand to save moving the goods Addie Donaldson_________ 521,075
Myrtle Newton____________ 891,160
Beulah Price______________ 423,600
Mabel W ilcox____________ 540,490
Belva Pingston____________ 219,320
Horace Warner and his mother Mrs. Mary Medlock
moved up to their home recently Mrs. G. R. Wickbam__V_V._166,390
purchased of C. S. Warner.
1 Mrs P. P. Leatherwood
A goodly showing of poultry Mrs Pa(lget__________ ” J.253,660
found its way to Myrtle Point Fri- \ Grace Miller_____'
day from this part ot the country.
Katherine Terri?___________ 79,145
A number of children in the up- ^ rs- ^ Garten-------------------- 24,305
i f ______
I Edith Morgan_
per creek district have been serious
ly ill with colds.
Mrs. Gerta Carey of Empire was
Mrs L. A. Rose__________ 143,748
over last week for a few days visit Mrs. Mabel Samson.
with her parents who have been Mrs. E. N. Harry . . „ I ______ 50,205
Myrtle Newton_____________ 50,665
quite sick but are reported better.
Mrs. Anna Richardson came in Verna Phillips______________47,521
on the stage early last week and is Mrs. P. A Breur___________ 36,875
visiting her neice Mrs. F J. Fish. Violet Shuck
W. A. Lett has sold his ranch to Mildred Mast..............
his brother-in law Herman Carl Lucilla Corbett_____________20,525
and will move to bis place near Mrs. T ibbetts., ___________ 20,955
Bridge in a few days.
Have you paid the printer.
Geo. Alcorn and Annie G. Cuttor
The Celebrated Bergmann Shoe
DO Y O U K N O W ?
Rehearsals are now under way
for another play to be given under
the direction ol Edson Elliott. The
play to be given is "T h e Cowboy
and the L ady," a cowboy comedy
drama, and there will he ten people
in the cast, as follows:
and Keith Leslie, Roy Avery, Ruth
Young,Geneva Bither,Earle Schroe
The Piano Conteat
Miss Beulah Price entertained the
N. T. C. at her home on Spurgeon
Hill, last Wednesday evening. The
rooms were artisticly decorated
with autumn leaves and violets.
The evening was spent in sewing
and music. At a late hour the
guests were invited into the dining
room where a big tamale supper
awaited them. Those present were:
Misses Winnie Curry, Alice Stanley,
Stella Oerding, Verna Ptiillipps,
Beulah and Hazel Price, Imogene
Alexson, Naomi Knowlton, Ruby
Larnmey and Marian Schroeder.
The change in the train schedule
announced bv the Marshfield papers
a couple of weeks ago has not yet
ma'erialized. The morning train is
RATES: One cent a word, each in
coming on the usual ti ue, and there sertion. No charge less than 15 cents'
was uo train last Sunday.
FOR SALE— A good cow, also uine
The students of the school at
White Orpington henB, one roost-
Bridge will give a musical comedy | e , all a year old, also nine White
o i the evening of Nov 28 under; Pekin ducks, tlya year’s hatch.
Addtess Mrs. L. O Jensen, Co
direction of Piincipal F. R Jones,
quille, Or., or phone Farmers 26X.
and a basket social will follow, the
FOUND—Lodge emblem w a t c h
procei dsto be use I in the improve
charm. Loser call at Herald of
ment of the school grounds.
fice and prove ownership. 11-17-tf Manufacturers o f
N. T. C. Club
Is one of our most im
portant and useful indus
tries. Its business is that
o f selling Cleanliness.
The whole family wash
ing can now be sent to
the Laundry aud handled
by it with perfect satis
faction. It makes for
domestic tranquility and
the economic betterment
of our social life.
Think of the harmonious
condition of mind o f the
whole family when the
worries of Washday are
no longer a part of home
life. A family washing
of fourdozen piecesdone
Hough Dry f o r o n e
dollar and twenty cents.
cute» COQUILLt UtINOKY & IbE CO.
E. E. JO H N SO N
Premium Hams and Premium Bacon “ The Last W ord”
when it comeg to quality. Every piece branded. Look
for this brand if you want the best.
Ask Your Dealer
-J. E. NORTON
D IS T R I B U T O R ,
C O Q U IL L E , O R B C O N