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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1906)
Wm. Hite was up from Bandon Wright’s medicated uuderwearat Saratoga Chips at Robin«
Olives in bulk at Robinson’s.
the first of the week.
J. F. Lee, of Riverton, v up to The Riverton mill is now running
Max Dement was down from the Go to Lorenz’s to get a phono ! town iestenlay.
i n full time.
I nines Hervey, of Lee, wan down
upper river on Friday.
this way Saturday.
Robinson’« store has ladies’ shir( New Ginghams, Dimities, Voiles,
Onion sets at 12} cents per Step in and see those new spring waists from 50c-to $5.00.
Pongee Brilliants and Percales at
Nice fresh lot of cookies just ar pound
suits at Robinson’s.
at O. Wilson & Co’s.
rived at Robinson's.
B ohn .— At Johnson's mill, March Robinson's store.
a nice ready made wrapper ! 20,1906, to Mr. and Mrs. Cal Slagle, Wm. Howell, the logger, was
A tine line of waists and wrappers Waller Colyin was down from or For
go to O. Wilson A Co’s. | a son.
n’t O. Wilson’s k Co’s.
up from Prosper on Monday. He
supply of fresh garden Mrs. A. F. Davis, of this city, has been on the nick list of late.
L. A Jones, of Bandon, came up Buster Brown Blue Ribbon seqds at Knowlton’s
sohool shoes at Robinson's.
from Bandon Saturday.
aud Mrs. J. E. Paulson, of
passenger to who has been very ill the past two this Mr. city,
made Marshfield a visit
J. L. Briggs was up to consult a Capt. O. Reed, of Norway, passed the upper river by yesterday’s train. \ weeks, is much improved.
through to the Bay on Monday.
last Thursday, returning Friday. YOU GET A COUPON WITH EVEVY CASH PURCHASE EX
dentist the last of the week.
For a good bargain in a single road, was over yesterday looking F ob S ale .— Six head of good
CEPT WITH SUGAR AND FLOUR
H ay F ob B a l i .— A lot o f fine rye
H 8 . Kribs, the tinner, was down grass
and harness or either, call at
after the interests of the line.
from Myrtle Point on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Bignalness Attorney A E. Seaman was a Mrs. Max Dement, of Myrtle Fishtrap, Oregon, or J. C. Wilsou,
W. P. Fuller’s prepared Paints, Oils
raturned from the Bay last Friday. passenger from the Bay by yester Point, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Z. Prosper, Oregon.
and Varnishes at J. A. Lamb A Co.
O. Wilson A Co. sells nice fresh day’s train.
C. Strang, and Mrs. J. C. Moomaw, Samuel Huff was down from Myr
Mrs. Aloon has just received the onion
sett at 12 } oents per pound.
tle Point Thursday to meet a sis
in th is city.
new caps for spring and summer.
Miss Maude Garfield, of Bandon,
New spring line negligee and soft visited Mrs. R. E. Buck several days will be on display at Mrs. Moon’s For each 25-cents purchase at ter from the east whom he had not
Mrs, Nosler’s you will receive a seen for over 25 years.
on March 22.
shirts just opened up at Robinson’s. last week.
good for one guess at the Mr. aDd Mrs. R. W. Simpson
Oasene soap at Drane’s. The Mrs. P. Peterson, of near North F ob S ale . —A fine lot White Nile ticket
of beans, pins, coffee, etc. in were over from North Beud last
best on tbo market for the prices
toreceive a gold eagle.
week to visit their daughter, Mrs.
F ob S ale . —Blue Andelusian eggs
E. S. Elliott and J. H. Shields
T. Johnson, of Myrtle Point, $ 1.00 per setting; only thorough W. Fahy, of Bullards.
were up from Bandon on Wednes The schooner Hugh Hogan ar had Z. business
which called him to breds in the county. Also Andelu Ira Tucker, of the Flanagan A
rived in the river Saturday, and the
Bennett dairy farm on the lowor
sian roosters. Enquire of 0. Tor river,
Buy your garden seeds at Knowl- Antelope Balled the same day.
paassed through town from a
ton’s drug store and get the very S. M. Nosier, the steam laundry here and will probably spend the
George Laird, minq host of the G. the W. Bay,
man, made the Bay a short business
of Riverton, met
summer in the county.
Tupper bouse at Bandon, passed with an accident on Feb.
The world’s best soda cracker, call the latter part of the week.
Three papers of the very best through this place Wednesday en may prove serious, his left 28th,
Uneeda Biscuit, at every store in Eddie Roberts, of Myrtle Point, north
10 cents at route to the Bay on business.
came down on business Saturday Knowlton’s drug store.
by a rusty nail. He was
went to San Francisco by the last penetrated
Draue keeps the celebrated Cahn- and extended bis visit to Bandon.
brought to Dr. Wetmore’s hospital,
Nicholsberg shoes. The place for The Elizabeth sailed Monday
Marshfield, had business at the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fish, of Ban where he is being treated.
from Bandon and will be due in county seat Monday.
Nernyer, a former employee
E. D. Myers, of Lee, had business about a week from her sailing date.
croft, spent several days in town of Henry
woolen mill, passed
which called him to the Bay on J. H. Harbison, the butter maker, Mrs. J. A. Lamb and M-s. W. H. lately, Mr. Fish looking after his through town Friday
of this city, went to the Bay logging interests, while Mrs. Fish ham, Washington, in response
has gone to Gravel Ford and will Lyons,
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. telegram asking him to return to
Robinson bos a big assortment of operate the creamery at that place Thursday for a short visit.
ladies’ shirt waists in long and this season.
E. A. Philpott, one of Bandon’a W. W. Gage.
help to put the new mill to work.
Going at cost. L. H. Pearce, of from a trip to the Bay on Thursday.
Thos. Carey, of North Bend, Myrtle
Point, will dose out his
spent a day or so in town the latter stock
of Seal Rock water-proof Roy Stevens came down from the
part of last week.
clothing at cost.
upper river on Saturday to pay hiB
H. C. Dorris was down from Fish- Mrs. Harry Houghton came over taxes and remained over till Mon.
trap Thursday and made our office on yesterday’s train, having been day.
The tollowiug program which promises to be very interesting
a short business call.
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hank Fine, thoroughbred Brown Leg will be given at the Masonic hall, on Saturday evening, March 24 .
If you are in need of harness or Reese, at North Bend.
horn eggs for setting at J. C. Wat The public is cordially invited to be present.
repairs in his line, consult L. H. Mrs W. W. Deyoe, of Myrtle son’s. Per setting $1.00; $5 per
Pearce, Myrtle Point.
I. PIANO SOLO,
I va H owey
Point, visited Mis. J. A. Jatas, the 100 .
County Surveyor McCulloch went music teacher, a couple of days the Mrs. James Brown, of Myrtle
2 . DUET—Selected,
M rs S kkels and Mtss D udley
to Myrtle Point to do Borne work in latter part of the week.
his line last Monday.
P erry L awrence
Duprey’s Celery Headache Pow ter a several days’ visit with friends 3 . RECITATION—“Elmer Brown’’
Miss Pearl Stewart, of Port Or- ders, give instant relief. Price 25 in town.
M rs . C h as . M oomaw
DO YOU WANT TO BUY A
ford, wns in town the latter part of cents. R. 8 . Knowlton, Coquille Chas. Myers who has been attend 4 . SOLO—Selected,
the week on her return from Salem. City; C. Y. Lowe, Bandon.
5 . READING—“Aunty’« Courtship,” - M iss E mma S herwood
the Agricultural College at Cor
NICE HOME SO YOU CAN
We have a full and complete re F. W. Courtwright and family, ing
M iss E sther J ohnson
6 . PIANO SOLO—“Freischütz”
port of Master Fish Warden Van
Dusen which wns receive ! too late town Friday en route to Bandon home Saturday,
7 . SOLO—“This Letter for My Papa,”
M arvel S keels
for this issue, Put will be in our where they expect to locate.
T. J. Perkins, the prune and or
Licorice Liver Laxative, the best chard dresser, will be in this place 8 . READING—“The College Oil Cans.” - Miss D ollie S k e e ls
Twenty-three passengers came bowel
cleanser. Price 50 cents this week and will answer calls to 9 . INSTRUMENTAL SOLO—Selected,
M r s . G. R. C arlock
down the stage line from Gardiner For sale by R. S. Knowlton, Co- do work in bis lice.
to Coos Bay one day last week. qnille City; C. Y. Lowe, Bandon.
r . R aymond B ates
Mrs. John Fonlkes, of Beaver
That’s going some—or coming The difference between “You Hill, returned home Monday from a 11. S O L O — "N ita Gitana,”
WE CAN SELL A NICE HOME
M r s . A. E - T yr r ell
need a biscuit,” and “Uneeda Bis visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
OR VACANT LOTS CHEAP
12. R E A D I N G — “ After tbe Ball,”
Miss L ucie N ew land
Miss Kate Wickham, of this city, cuit’’ is but 5 cents, and you can E. J. Price, of Riverton.
who has been visiting for several split that difference at any of our Those who have tried all kinds 13. S O LO A N D V IO L IN O B L I G A T O — “ Sing Me to
AND ON EASY TERMS.
weeks in California, for the most stores.
claim the Northern grown seeds the
Miss J ohnson and M r s . E. D. S p e r r y
WE HAVE SOME NICE FARMS
part at Eureka, returned homo last Mrs. Erla Oarlock, pupil of San best Three papers for 10 cents at
Jose Conservatory, will receive Knowlton’s drug store.
FOR SALE $ 1 4 0 0 TO %6000
pupils in piano. For terms, etc., Mrs. John Snyder, of Marshfield, 14. M A L E Q U A R T E T — “ Love’s Old Sweet S on g,”
Arthur Ellingson, the furniture inquire
M essrs . M organ , W e l l s , M c C urdy A nd N osler
man, returned Monday from a busi dress at Coquille.
returned borne Wednesday after a
LET US SHOW YOU OUR
ness trip to San Francisco. We The big gasoline schooner Oak visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 15. R E A D I N G — Selected,
M rs . H. T . W ootten
presume he will have some fine bar. land which has for some time past W. W. Hayes, at Bandon.
16. Q U A R T E T T E — "Muffs, or the Husband’s Mistake,”
gains to offer now.
been running to this river, has Walter Drane came in Friday on
J. A. Collier, who has been in changed bands and will at once en his return from Eden Valley. He T he M isses S k e e l s , S tkckei . s , M essrs N osler and M c C urdy
Washington and Idaho the past six ter the Alaskan trade.
repor.s one foot of snow out there—
mouths, returned last week and is We have a way of selling some a litUe too much for farming, hence
enjoying a visit with friends. After goodB which results in us selling his early return.
fixing up some business matters, be more and more of them each day, A. M. Dodge, of Myrtle Point,
expects to return.
for instance Schilling’s Best. P. has been visiting his brother, Orvil
W anted . —A female teacher to E. Drane.
Dodge, editor of our worthy con
Under New Management.
assist Mrs. Giddiugs in the school Why not buy your Schilling’s temporary, the Coquille Valley Sen
iu district No. 43. One holding
third grade certificate acceptable. Best from us? We carry a full line, tinel, the past day or so.
Send terms with application. Ad T»a, Coffee, Baking Powder, Spices, F ob R ent .— A good new eight
dress, S. J. McCloskev, clerk, Nor Flavoring Extracts, and sell at min room house with bath, and an abun
dance of berries and four garden
imum prices. Drane’s.
in Coquille, and two small
S t r ic tl y
W. F. McBee, of the Middle Fork, Jack Miller, for some time past lots
returned from Marshfield yesterday, oue of the genial and accommodat H erald office.
F ir s t -C lass .
having been over to see his cousin, ing hands on the steamer Dispatch, James Whetstone and family came
Allen Belieu, who fell from a tele resigned bis position last week and over Friday and Mrs. Whetstone
phone pole lately. He informs us Saturday went to Myrtle Point and Miss Agnes visited Mrs. W’s
that Allen is doing fine and expects on
Opposite I. O. O. F. Hall.
where he will reside with his uncle, mother, Mrs. Mehl, while Mr. Whet
Successor to J. T. Little.
to be up in a thort time.
W. T. Lehnherr.
stone extended his trip to Myrtle
Mr. aud Mrs. J. H. Saekett re C. B. Zeek, Bandon, Oregon, has Point on business.
turned from a trip of several weeks a full and complete stock of Cali We are pleased to report the con
THOSE WISHING TO PURCHASE .
All the Latest
in California, last week. The health fornia grain hay of all grades from valescence of the little daughter of
Desians in Frames.
of Mrs. Saekett seems somewhat ranch in California, together with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hunt, who has
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improved. They are visiting with alfalfa bay and seed, and feed grain, been very ill with capillary bronchi
their daughter, Mrs. L. A. Whereat, all on sale at Bandon, at lowest tis at Hotel Coquille. Dr. Wetmore
at Marshfield, at present.
prices. River boats will receive was in attendance.
L. L Putnam and O. S. Ander orders which will be promptly filled. A. C. Lukens, the contractor and
349 First Street
son, the former a merchant and the Hon. Willis C, Hawley, of the builder, has just finished up a nice
; Coquillo, . Or.
latter a druggist, of Heppner, and Willamette University, who aspires large wood shed for J. A. Lamb,
E. S. Slocum, a druggist of Eugene, to be a Republican candidate for which is to be used as a work shun
came in over the Drain route last Congress from this district, made during the construction of a reri- I JOHN YOAKAM,
J. M WAGNER,
W. T. DEMENT,
week anil have been looking about Coos county a visit last week, mak dence which Mr. LukeDs will pro
Sec’y and Mang.
over the county with a view to pos ing speeches at North Bend, Han- ceed to erect as rapidly as the
sibly locating. They seemed very don, Marshfield, Myrtle Point and weather and circumstances will per
favorably impressed with what they I Coquille. He made a good impres mit.
sion among our people.
had seen of our country.
M. W. McCormick, of Riverton,
returned from Han Francisco on
Successors to Dean & Morgan.
Thursday whither be bad gone for
tbe purpose of interesting capital in
the development of the Peterson
coal mine which we mentioned in
our last issue. He wns highly
pleased with tbe encouragement be
received, and thinks that the time
is near when large quantities of
PRINCIPAL PLACE Op BUSINESS, COQUILLE- OREGON
coal will be taken from this mine,
C O Q U IL L E .
which, we understand, furnishes the
highest grade of coal yet found id
J. W. WAGNER
W. T. DEMENT
LOCAL NEW S.
When you purchase $30 worth
of good from us you will receive
this handsome phonograph free.
A phonograph has beeome a household
necessity. They bring the latest music,
the latest songs to us. They are popular
in all homes.
A Musical and Literary
We carry all the best and latest
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes
Gents’ Furnishing Goods, etc.
M arried ?
S ta n le y Z Pownder
O. Wilson & C o
Feed and Sale
East End of Front Street
Best of Tu nouts.
Hay, Grain, Feed
FRANK K UR K HO PER
Wilson Jewelry Co.
ENTERPRISE MEAT CO.,
Watchmakers ai)d Engravers
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard,
Ham and Bacon.
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