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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1907)
New line of ladies’ ties at Robin
An elegant lot < jf new silks just
Persia n lawn, all kinds of linens
F or S ale . A registered C'-ve-
m a t “The What 9 House.”
Onion sets at Knowltons’s.
organdies, silk mull, nets, laoes A and Boy stallion and Black War
Mrs.. Maury and daughter Emma,
Winter goods at cost at Wilson’s.
Draue’s phone at new utore is 353.
N ew spring' j md summer dress embroideries just in at the White rior Jock. For particulars oall »u
return ed from Myrtle Point yester goods just shefir 6s at Mrs. Nosler’s. House.
or write W. H. Lyons, Coquille
New waists for spring and sum1
Ed. Wieder came over in in
naer at O. Wilson, & C o’s
Foie S alk Cl ood single buggy
For a good, slick shave or a nice
Choice onion sets at Knowltons harm is*.
on Friday and visited a
All winter goods gointg at cost at
ln<t* ire of E. A. Barnett, hot or cold bath, go to Chas. Moo-
Drugs tom 12$c lb.
few days with his sister, Mrs. F>od
O. Wilson A Co’s.
maw’s place, just across the street
D. K . Lewis was down from
Tuttle, and some of his young
B. F. Tupper, of Hotel Coquille,
Marshall Steele was down from
W illis® Ho well, tbe pioneer log from H otel Coquille.
Is successfully operated by Fishtrap on Saturday.
Mrs. Nonda Anderson, of the lower ger, s;oe»i t v o or three days in town
Full line of Diamond W canned
a boy or girl, and with ease
Go to Drane’s for “ De.ment’s was in Coquille on Monday.
goods at O. Wilson and Co’s.
Under New Management.
Call at tb« i White Houae and gee
Try a package of Dr. Price's Cel-
milks from twenty to twenty-
Geo. A. Robinson has just re
George Colvin, of Halls cr eek, lery Food, sold by Land A Lyons
five cows per hour.
Ho ex- ceived sixty dozen Brown Shoes. went to the Bay on business la
O. Wilson A Co. have Oyeter novelty goo ds.
A new line of Spring Goods just Monday.
and fc'rit, just what your
A new line of warranted rust
pensiue machinery required. in at Mrs. Nosler’s.
proof cor sets in white, drab and
Ladies! Call and see the new chickens need..
Cost of Milker within reach
Large stock of grass seed at line of belts and lace collass at
black, n t J Robinson’s.
.J. E. Quick has opened a general
S t r ic t l y
Knowlton Drug Store.
F. M. Sanderlin, of the
wool working repair shop next
of the smallest producer.
s t -C l a s s .
Will Peterson, the Arsgo farmer,
Rev. B. B. Paul, of the Halls door to the Sentinel office.
country? below Bandon, had busi
had business in Coquille on Satur creek section, went to the Bay
Ladies’ Sweat, ^rs, wrappers and ness in «Coquille Monday.
Monday to see his son Bert.
underskirts at O. Wilson A Co’s.
Gr: indma Fish is exceedingly low
See the beautful display of silver
See the beautiful line of ladies
Attention Dairy men, Knowlton and r ,11 hopes of her rallying have
Oppoaite I. O. O. F. Hall.
Representative for Coos County.
ware in the window of E,- C. Barker and misses shirt waists just in at
Successor to J. T. Little
has a large stock o f fodder corn, been abandoned. Later.
Write for Descriptive Literature
beet seed, carrot see d, and Vetches.
go t j press word come» that the
Mrs. C. O. Gilke’y hr.s a beantiful
Mr. Freund, manager of the oil
Mrs. Mingus eai me over Wed old I jady has passed away.
LO CA L N E W S .
nesday with the doett r and visited
P laces to Rent. Those wishing
had business in Coquille a day or in town while he wen t to Bandon.
George Terry, the engineer, re
fo r ent ranches will oall upon or ad
Gold Seal Rubber Boots worth so last week.
W. P. Fuller’s pr»i >ared paints, dre ss W. L. Kistner, Coquille.
turned from the Bay Mouday.
twice as much as any other make at
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cleghorn oils and varnishes at J. A. Lamb A
Large stock of Blank Books at
moved to the old Yager place near Co’s.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Smith of Arago, last Monday, where they
Mrs. H. J . Rice came ¿Jown from
Dave Carey, of Myrtle Point, Bandon, were Coqui'ile visitors on will spend tbe summer.
on Sunday and will visit for
Ring up 131 or send your orders
shook hands with old friends in Friday.
to Robinsons store and have your some time with her parents, .Mr. and
town last Saturday.
Any thing in ladies and misses goods delivered at once.
le a n ftirnish the following Thor
Mrs. T . A. Walker.
For first-class watch repairing to corsets and corset waistB at Mrs.
oughbred eggs at $2 per setting.
The Home Realty Co., hat' tbe
to W. H. Schroeder's.
We Carry -j
have come and there will be an ex buyers
List your property .with Pekin Ducks,
J . O. Stemler, of Dora, was in
A. 8. Hammond, the attorney, re cursion by the Tribe of this city to
town Monday, being on his way turned from a business trip to the Marshfield next week.
Rhode Island Reds,
home from the bay.
bay on Friday
The steamer Liberty took the run
Fresh and Salt Meats.
Barred Plymouth Rocks
Point, was a Coquille visitor otr
For a genuine dandruf cure, go
S eed O ats . George Robinson, at of the Dispatch a day or so last
Eggs shipped anywhere in. the We are headquarters for everything in the meat line,
to Slocum's drugstore.
Roy place, has a fine ofjlot seed oats week while the latter was having Monday. She came down to con
Send in your order tiow
R. W. Lundy, the Myrtle Point for sale.
some repairs made to her machinrey.
wants always receives prompt attention.
JOHN W. FLANAGAN,
hardware mao, had business at the
A New line of infants long and
J . W. Traver a Marshfield busi
We have just received a large as
county seat on Saturday.
ness man, was a passenger to the
Monarch shirts for men. Robinson’s
Choice onon sets at 12£ cents at Point by Friday’s train.
Mrs. J . R. B. Shelton, of Beaver
W. V. Cope, of Dairyville, who
A. N. Arnold, of the upper river,
went home Monday after- a
Captain Robert John son, of the accompanied by his wife and daugh
her daughter, Mrs. Drive
The regular Skating schedule is
lifesaving crew at the Bandon sta ter, went to Bandon on Friday for a
and son Lex Cope, started for his Perkins, of this city.
tion, made Coquille a short visit on short visit.
9 8 follows:
borne on Friday.
Robinson has just got more of
Call on Land A Lyons for staple
Tuesday, Thursday and
Dermain will positively cure dan those up-to-date snappy shoes t han
O. Wilson & Co, are selling out and fancy groceries. A ll goods
he can get on bis shelves.
winter stock at actual cost.
falling, At Slocum’s Drug Store.
B orn .
In Coquille, Ore gon, Saturday nights for all from
On Shoes, so they tell us when we
Oscar Hughes, aged 18, working March 22,1907, to Mr. and Mrs. 7:30 to 10 p. m.
at Anger’s camp, had the misfor- James Hatcher, a daughter. Dr.
are buying. Perhaps we are.
Matinee, Wednesday and
tune to partially amputate two of Wetmore was in attendance.
Nothing less than tbe very best
the fingers of his left hand. Dr.
Robinson lias just received c, large Saturday afternoons from 2
obtainable is good enough for
Whetmore dressed the injured shipment of ladies muslin, ki rit un
us, and the price must bo right
to 4:30 p. m. for Ladles and
derwear, corset covers and e(;c.
Here’s a shoe as easy as an
Dale Mynatt of North Bend, their escorts.
Mrs. J. E. Perrott is closing out
yet it fits perfectly, no
at cost her entire stock of millinery, who has been on the lowei river
GAGE & N0SLER, Props
fancy goods, ladies’ and children’s visiting his brother Carl for a few
surplus space, no rubbing, no
underwear aud hosiery.
W e spend what other people
days, returned to the Bay by Mon
pinching, no cramped toes, easy
call the dull days of March and
The Mountain Springs creamery day’s train.
on the .feet easy on the purse.
April making customers—not money;
has had a new wharf built and is
Send your order to Land A
building up business--not bank ac
rapidly being prepared to begin the Lyons and. get your goods delivered
One hundred years ago clothing such as wo
counts. T h ere’s a well beaten
season’s work. A meeting of the promptly. We run our owu delivery
show today was simply out of the question. We
path. It leads directly to our doors.
J . E- Michael, of Myrtle Point,
dairymen will be held there at 10:30
have sold a better suit all winter at $15 than
Throngs of buyers traverse it day
a. m. the 30th. A large attendance is was in towu Monday. He return
George Washington had when he was President.
after day. Shows that we are
We are sAlling this suit now for $10. Wouldn’t
ed recently from Pasoo, Watbing-
strengthening the friendly business
George think he had struck something besides a
tou, tbe boms of his parents, Mr. and
Ladies, do you do eyelet embroi
Use 1 »"ATKINS’ STOCK AND cherry tree if he looked in our store today? We
relations between the store and the
dery? If not, call ut the White Mrs. P. A. Michael, whom !ho re
POULT.JV2 FOOD. You can gel know that the $10 suits would bo good enough
public without which there can be
House aud buy a piece and be ports will.
taught free of charge.
in 1 ,nl»i, in quantities to suit pur. for him—they’re good enough for anybody.
I have accepted the agency for
Parties wanting Logan berry ‘‘White River” Flour and will guar oha* ^»-Si from a p0un(j to a ton,
plants can get them at Myrtle Point antee every sack. G-eo. A. Robin
x o tbeir general agent,
at 50 cents per dozen.
M. B R E N W A L D , Coquille.
lock box 14G. This berry is the fa
Jason Machado, the Myrtle Point
J . 8. Henry went to the bay F r i mous discovery of Mr. Burbank,
Be sure and sea that fine Panama
merchant, who has been ill fo c
Successor to Z . C . Strang in W . O . W
day and will probably put in some of California, and is a cross between
dress goods at O. Wilson A Co’s,
W. T. Kerr carries the Stillson
Elbert Dver, tbe allround hustler time over there plying his trade; a raspberry and ablackbery, is one day by the Dispatch. He will visit A Kellogg loger shoes— best on
of the best grown today.
of Bandon, returned Monday from that of carpenter and builder.
his brother, Alfred M.ac'hado, < ,f the 1 earth—aud every pair is guaranteed.
When you wish to put in an or
Your money back if ‘White River’
the bay, having come up from the
flour is not satisfactory, Geo. A. der for some fresh groceries, don’t
city on the Kilburn.
forget to ring up the enterprise
In making biead from. **\Vhite
0 . Wilson A Co. have fine line of
Meat Market, they keep them.
River” Flour we uf a one fifth less
ladies’ sweaers, wrappers and
Next Sunday. Marcn 31st, at the flour than you wo aid of ordinary
ed Friday from a business trip to
Episcopal Church, Uuion grades. Geo. A. I .obi n son, agent.
Buy your Spectacles and Eye
J 011 «inde or
W. E. Stnrtevant, of the film of ‘■’an Francisco. We presume that Easter Services at 11 a m. Rev. J.
Those who en joy a feast of good
Sturtevant A Crane, the loggers, had we will now see a great display of Thomas, Baptist Missionary Pastor
Glasses of V. R. Wilson.
things will not wish to miss the
business up from the camp near new goods.
will preach. Subject : “ The Res-
goods. Sure fit. Spectacles and
We are informed that M. G. Pohl, surection of Christ: its certainty and Eastor lunebeo n to be given by the
Riverton on Saturday.
glasses repaird correctly by one
significance.” A hearty welcome ex Ladie s’ Aid of the M. E. Church at
Phone us your orders and they the occulist of Myrtle Point, is tended to all.
will be delivered at once. Robin quite ill and the probabilities are
V. R. WILSON.
sons, phone 131.
For S ale . —A dark bay mare March 30. They serva from 5 to 7 i
that it will be some time before he
p. m., price 10c.
James Boone is non at tbe throtle will be down this way again.
worker— fine single driver, 12 years
on locomotive No. 3, having been
F or S ale . A nice new four room old, price $80. Inquire of M. T.
8 E E TH E
promoted from fireman. His many cottage and lot 55x100 feet in the Clinton, Arago.
friends are glad to see him have a north part of town. Inquire of E.
W. Gregg or at the H erald office.
W. R. Young, tne efficient and
Mr. and Mrs. Cal 81agle, of John gentlemauly youDg man who came
W anted . —One hundred and fifty
from Portland to help G. A. Robin
cords of 30-inch wood cut. Enquire son's mill, were passengers to the son, the Front street merchant,
bay on Wednesday, the latter going
of G. S. Davis, Norway.
through the holiday rush, remained
Mrs. H. N. Lorenz, of this city, over to take a steamer for San Fran until yesterday, when he took his
went Saturday to see her mother, cisco where she goes to see her leave for Portland, much to the re
gret of the many friends he made
Mrs. R. H. Pomeroy, of near Par mother, Mrs. Alfred Johnson.
F or S ale . Eight hed of ’elect
kersburg, who just last week return
To sell. Also land to Rent.
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The men at the sash and door
ed from a four-months’ visit in
a DeLaval separator 450 lbs per factory at North Bend struck last
hour new. A1 Willard, Prosper.
week and that institution is now
Knowlton has on hand a large
Mrs. Chas. Daly, of Bandon, came tied up to a considerable extent.
stock of choice clover seed at tbe
lowest price possible for choice seed. in over the Drain road the last of There are a few men working to
the week, having been out to the keep a supply on hand with which
W. A. Culbertson, of Gravel Ford,
valley to visit her parents, Mr. and to keep the local building from
came down Friday and proceeded
Mrs. D. E. ¡Stitt. She was accom having to close down.
The County Seat o f Coos
down the river to Lampa, where he
panied by Miss Ferry, of Riverton.
has been engaged to teach the pre
Mrs. Moon has given her place of
We have a full line of mill feed, business the name ' White House".
sent term of school in that district,
Cheap ------------------------ •
rolled barley, bran, shorts, mid Beside her millinesrv she keeps a
which began last Monday.
dlings ground bone, and wheat. Re nice line of dress goods, fancy goods
When in need of that suit don’t member our phone number’ 131, at and ladies’ furnishings.
fail to look through our stock; new, Robinsons.
Miss Lois Hermano, daughter of
snappy and up-to-date.
Sy Goodman, formerly of this Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hermann, of
For Sale in Myrtle Point. Bandon,
city, who has been traveling about Rosebnrg. who has been attending
Marshfield, North Bend, Bangor.
1. N. Wilson whom we mentioned considerably of late, going to sea
the North Fork Academy, was in
1 ast week as having gone over from as oiler in the engine rooms of dif
Yarrow, Glasgow, Empire City
town Monday, having stopped
Myrtle Point to the bay to see his ferent steamers along the coast,
school for tbe present, and is now
Coast Mail Building.
North Ed(, Pfont Street
father J. J . Wilson, who was suffer came in the last of the week to see
on her way home. She was accom
ing from s severe attack of grip, re his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
panied by her friend, Mies Virgie
turned Friday, tbe old gentleman Goodmao, and other relatives and Leep, of Bancroft, who had also
being on the improve,
been attending the same school.
Best Loggers’ shoes on the mar
The Greatest Invention of
ket at Kerr’s.
the Age for the Dairyman
H erald ’Phone, Main 55.
foot Power MilHer
W. H. Mansell, ^°i
Best of Turnouts
Feed and Sale
Jas. N. Jacobson,
Hay, Grain Feed.
piONEER MEAT MAMET
COQUILLE VALLEY PACKING CO.
With Every Sale we Strive
to Win a Friend and
Fat, Sleek Stock,
W. T. KERR
LAND & LYONS.
Lu libber, J * h id in g s . etc
Gene ral Mer
•pint-hir ‘^ an d ise, Hats, Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Flour and Feed.
Home Realty Co.
They Have Bargains
GCilNTS' F U R N ISHINGS.
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FARM, TIMBER, COAL LAND?; Coquiiie Mill and Mercantile Co
People of the Coquille V a l
ley as well as those of Coos
Bay should not fail to take ad
vantage ot the low prices and
first-class work done by
ALSO LOTS AND P R O P E R T Y
P R A T T & DEAN
The Home Realty Co.