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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1907)
LO CAL N E W S .
School books at Slocum’s.
McCall’s paterns at W. T. Kerr’s.
The Lizzie Preen and Advanoe
F. E. Hull, of Riverton, had busi- sailed from Baodon for San Fran
ness in Coquille last week
| cisco ou Suuday.
Chas. Banach was over from Coal-
J. M. Riley, of Bandon, returned
f om the bay by Saturday’s train.
Gentlemen’s blue or black serge
M auried . In Coquille, Oregou,
Heinze’s Sweet pickle’s iu bulk
M a b k ie d . In
Bandon, at the suits at Robinsons.
December 10, 1907. Emmett Rey
home of Mrs. Fanny E. Dyer, Dec
For strictly scientific horse shoe nolds, of Bandon, and Mrs. Adelta
Huy the Qotziau shoe nt O. Wil
Be sure and attend the masque II, 1907, Lester Sorenson and Miss ing, go to Sleeper.
Loyd, late of Boise, Idaho, Rev
son & Co’s.
rade at the skating rink on Saturday. Maud Garfield, Rev. Roach officiat
Dolls, Dolls, Dolls—and then Gordon officiating.
Now stock of books nt Kuowlton’s night.
some at M. H. Hersey’s,
W. H. Schroeder, the Jeweler,
For first-class watch repairing to
Elegant line of new gloves just has received a fine lot of silverware,
J. T. Bridges was down from to W. H. Scbroeder's.
for the holiday trade.
It must be
line of rubber boots and rubbers in at the White House.
seen to be appreciated.
Myrtle Point Monday.
also oil clothing.
Don’t overlook that fine Station
Fred Moser, of Qravel Ford, was
The steamers Elizabeth and Ban
‘‘Doment’s Best” is the flour down this way Monday looking af
There will be a Masquerade at ery at Knowlton’s Drug Store.
Drnno sells it,
at tha skating rink on Saturday
Joseph Windle was a business don cam6 in the Coquille on Satur
ter logging interests.
day, the Elizabeth arriving at 9 a. m.
Ed Carter, the Myrtle Point real
night, Those buying masks worth visitor to this city on Saturday.
“ White River" Flour is the best
and the Bandon in the evening, the
twenty-five cents or over will re
estate man went to the bay Monday, Robinsou has it.
Good Bargain in a piano, if sold
latter making the run in 36 hours.
eeive a check which entitles them to at once, Inquire at this office.
For bargains in shoes, see Drnne
Mrs, Seed who has recently had a
skates free of charge.
We have the very best shoes.—
at his new store.
Prof. J. H. Barklow, of Arago,
very severe sick spell, was able to
less and wear longer. Skeels
Miss Anna Woldvogle, of Bnn- be on the streets last Monday.
was a Coquille visitor last Monday. k Son.
those gold and silver Moore’s non
don, returned from the bay l ist Sat.
J. L- Kronenberg, the Aberneen
Palace Restaurant next door to leakable pens at Schroeder’s.
There is to be a meeting of the
sawmill man, was in Coquille Mon Beaver Slough Drainage distriot
Willis Oddy who has been at
Just see the pretty china dishes
I. R. Nosier is busy putting a flue Portland for several months in the day.
held at the courthouse on Monday,
at Mrs. Nosier's.
Mrs. Tbos. Stilwell, of tbe lower December 30th, for the purpose of
in his new ball, and will soon have employ of the Hazelwood creamery,
Mr. and Mrs Paul Peralta were a good stove in for cool evenings.
returned home yesterday and will river wasvi.itiug friends in Coquille electing officers and transacting
passengers to Coos bay by Monday’s
such other business as may proper
Books! Books!! Books!!! at Knowl enjoy a visit with his parents Mr, last week.
ton’s Drug Store.
D ied . At Myrtle Point Monday ly come before the meeting
and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Oddy.
“ Dumont’s B
floor is the kind
F. 8. Dow, the commission mer
We carry Snow Drift, Dement's
Don’t go on the boats or train night Dec. 16, Miss Rena Hampton
Best and Souud Ring flour at tbe
chant, informs us that he shipped hungry, as you can get a good din daughter of B. E. Hampton.
G E T A I. & S. BIN G S U IT THIS
Henry Ploegor, tho Myrtlo Point 35,000 boxes of apples this season.
Ike Chandler, of Gravel Ford, bottom prices. Skeels & Son.
ner at the Palace restaurant in good
merchant went to the bay on Mon
The Breakwater came in to the
spent a day or so in town this week.
Be sure and see that fine Panama time.
bay Monday, having been repaired
dress goods at O. Wilson & Co’s,
You’ ll find that » I & S B Suit more
With the closing of the holidays He visited his daughter, Mrs. Ver-
her accident at Portland. The
F ob S ale . Some acreage adjoining
Among others we see that Geo. the banks of Coos county opened up
meets your ideas of what a good
town site. Seo Stanley.
P. Topping, of Bandon, has been ap without experiencing any run or any
Sound Ring” flour can be bought steamer Alliance which had an acci
to be than any you have
dent on the Coos bay bar, is adver
Marshall Way, of Myrtle Point, pointed a Notary Public by Gov
other trouble and with the First through any grocer.
I k S B clothes are cut
spent several di y i in town, return ernor Chamberlain.
Ed Lamb, of Gravel Ford, wes tised to sail from the bay or Port
National Bank of this city, the de
fioin best nl fabrics, smartly taihoed
Special sale on embroidery and posits are the heaviest they have among those from the upper river
A nice line of sheet music has
Chas. Stanley has a board and lace at O. Wilson & Co’s on Friday ever bad at this season of year,
splendidly made. They have a per
who were down looking after their
lodging house business for sale nt a and Saturday.
F or S a l e . A good 18-foot gaso logging interests.
He extended just been received by E. C. B rker
fection of workmanship and finish that
Call early anil get the best.
Henry Sengstacken, the general line boat, with or without engine, his trip to Bandon.
i: not merely teinporary-I A S B clothes
Judge C. A. Sehlbrede, of Marsh manager of the Title, Guarantee cheap. Apply to Nels P. Nelson
See our window, i hen come in
are right, both wheu you first put
field was a business visitor to the and Abstract Co., of Marshfield, was Prosper.
and guess. Skeels & Son.
on and as you wear them. Beau
countv seat on Monday.
a county seat visitor on Monday.
R. E. Buck, of Bandon, who had
patterns in great variety;
See the special prices on ladies’
W. T. Kerr has full line of youths’ from the ware house to the landing. been to Los Angeles Cal , to visit
nnd misses coats and furs nt Mrs.
tasteful effects. Let
and men’s suits, overcoats ar all
sister returned by the Elizabeth
He expects to have it running by
prices and of all kinds.
ns »how vou some of tliise new ideas.
the first of the year, after which the Sunday, ami was in town yesterdny
Foil S ale . A No. 2 Smith Pre
Every grocer in COQUILLE
W. V. Cope went to the bay the
shaking hands with old friendsAvho
mier typewriter in good condition
last of the week to meet his daugh
will tell you this; but no
were glad to see him.
in every way.
Inquire of Wm. ter, Mrs. H. T. Brown, of Los An lower river will be transferred to
will look you
geles, Avith whom he returned Mon
for Christmas presents. Skeels k
eye and say
If you want a nice suit of clothes day.
Call and see M. H. Hersey’s dis
his COFFEE is better
— latest fall style. Robinson has
G IV E M E A C A L L .
D ied . In Coqulle, Oregon, De
Masks of all descriptions, includ
play of china before buying. He
ing Santa Clause, Negroes clowns
cember 13, 1907, Mrs Anna, beloved
has the largest stock to choose from,
Alfred Johnson, the sawmill man, and Ladies’ at M. H. Hersey’s.
wife of Chas. E. Fox, aged 24 years,
of all grades, ever brought to Co
started for San Francisco od Sat
10 months and 15 dayB. The funer
urday, where he goer to look after died at Lake from the effects of
al took,place Saturday at the Nor
Warren Laird who has been oper
eating wild parsnip, and was buried
way cemetery, Rev. Barklow officiat
the headsaws at the Johnson
A J SHERWOOD Pres.
R. E. SHINE, Vloe Pres
L. H. HA2RA0, Csshls
Those hand bags nt. Knowlton’s at Marshfield on Tuesday of last
mill for some time, has been obliged
Drug Store are nice. Call and see week.
W anted . A bright young lady
to resign for the present at least,
to learn typewriting and office work.
Get a Bonnet Mirror at Knowl
on Saturday he and Mrs. Laird Inquire at tuis office.
There is to be a mask ball at Riv ton’s Drug Store and see yourself as
started for California for a change
op COÇUIliiiB, OREGOJ4.
erton on Christmas night. An en others see you, back, front and side
Rev F. M. Saoderlin, of Bandon,
H e may muster up courage and
for Mr. Laird’s health with the
joyable time is in store for all dan
T r a n sa c ts a General B an kin g Business.
who had been at Riverton some
say his C O F F E E is “ just
Mrs. M. A. Tupper is back from hopes of great benefits at once Avhicb time lending some assistance in the
cers who attend.
as good,” but he stops right
Portland where she went to see her we hope will be fully realized. construction of a substantial tram
Board of Directora
F ine and P lain S ewing , At home
Everett Hatcher is now head saw
ß . O. Dement,
o Commerce, New York City
on the T bridge, by Mrs. Emma daughter, Miss Agnes, who was ill
way from the new coal mine being
L. H. Hazard,
Crocker Woolworth N ’l Bank, San FranciRco
for a few days, but is about all right yer in that mill.
opened on the Peterson property,
R. E. »Shine, i First Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland, Or
Distressing headaches are often paid our office a pleasant visit while
Y ou cannot buy
The late rains filled the river again.
caused fiom defective vision. I
nearly bank full, nnd since we have
“ Sound Ring” flour is the best correct errors of vision quickly and in town one day last week.
CHASE & SANBORN’S
had some weather reaching the freez straigt wheat flour made from the scientifically.
Remember that M. H. Hersey has
V. R- W ilson
HIGH GRADE COFFEE
ing point, which reminds us that
Local Optician. a full supply of Christmastree orna
winter is here.
The William V. Mong Theatrical
in any other S t o r e in C o q u ille
The county court convened in a
Some of the finest chamber sets Medford, who had been visiting Co. which played three nights in
vou ever saw in Coquille nt M. H. with their daughter, Mrs. Fred this city last week to Avell filled short special session Monday for
W E A R E SOLE A G E N TS.
Slagle, took their departure for
houses and enthusiastic audiences the purpose of approving three new
Mrs. Pat Smith who has been home Saturday.
are with us again this week, playing town plats whiohjare Lobree’s Park,
The only place in town where you can get a scientific job done on
here several weeks from California
Knowlton’s Drug Store has a the “ Peacemaker” Monday night, East Side and Koosbay, all suburbs
your horses feet.
visiting old friends nnd acquaintan large stock of fine stationery of the and last night the “ Girl of the of Marshfield. They also made an
ces, started for Portland Monday latest styles and best quality.
Mountains,” and tonight they will
W. W. Hayes went to Myrtle
where she will spend some time be
“ Country Justice,” a ou a bridge contract recently com
fore retui ning home.
Hayes, and family.
He spent a laughable faroe. During the even-
Mrs. Nosier is givnig 20per cent
off on allVhina from now until De. day or so with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. person receiving the highest number
Watson at this place.
of A-otes. Owing to the contagious
K noAvlton’s Drug Store has a
Mrs. Alfred Johnson started by
o f framed pictures from diseases prevalent at Bandon the
stage Monday for Fair Oaks, Cal
50 cents up.
Good substantial company will return to the bay, play
ifornia, where she will visit her pretty pictures.
ing at North Bend Thursday and
daughter Mrs Dave Albert, of that
W I L L M E E T A L L B O A TS AND TR A IN S.
The’ Flanngan k Bennett Bank Friday nights, and at Marsfield
place where she may spend the re
at Marshfield last week installed a Saturday night, after which it is the
Parties having bau li.g of any kind will receive prompt attention by call-
mainder of the winter.
7000 pound manganese safe. It ap intention to visit Bandon as the con
in Rhone 116.
Knowlton’s Drug store is show pears they expect to have some tagion subsides.
ing a fine line of postcard albums,
S pecial S ale ; 10 to 25 per cent off
25c up, also photo albums and auto
A g e n t f o r t h e b e s t C o o s C o u n ty C oal.
the holidays are declared oft.
on all goods except V ictor and Edi
son grapliophones and records un
Quite a number have already til Dec. 1st. at E. C. Barker & Co.,
F. M. Sfewnrt, proprietor of the
Christmas presents at Successor to Y. R. Wilson.
Coos County Monumental Works, bought
Knowltons Drug Store and had
was a passenger from Marshfield
them laid aside till Santa Claus
L. M. Suplee, of Myrtle Point,
by Monday’s train. He was here arrives.
passed through town from the bay
for the purpose of erecting a mon-
Miss Beulah Walker, of this city, the latter part of the week.
ment at the grave of the late Mrs.
started for Roseburg by Fenton’s informed us that all was ready
R. J. Dean.
stage last Thursday, notwithstand and that the Flanagan k Bennett
F or S ale . T wo nice garden lots
ing it was the worst day we have Bank of Myrtle Point, of which he
with crop—some fruit—at west end
OFFICE WITH J. J. STANLEY.
of T bridge. Call on J. Snow nt had this winter. She will visit in is cashier, was ready for business
which was last Monday, taking an
A. H. Snvder, of Myrtle Point, friends for some time.
who recently returned from a visit
Have just received the finest lot even start with business geuerally
with a sister and other relatives of imported, Hand painted china- after the calling off of the holidays.
and friends at Boise, Idaho, spent ware ever brought to Coquille. This is to be a branch of the Flana-
Haui"l' receiue<l mlJ S,0ck 0f
T b . W II. M nllin. Company ol S .l.m , O b io -.M .T y b i o . . . . lb .
There are aoroe swell creations of
several days in town lately visiting art, both in the shapes of the ar gan k Bennett Bank at Marshfield,
largest builders of small boats in the country—install Ferro Engines and
his son, Cnpt. Levi Snyder, and ticles as well as the painting. It
. . . . . . . . . .
no others. B cfoie placing their order for the year they made very ex-
will pay you to see them, at E. C. well knowu for its strength and I am now prepared to cater to the public in furnishing haustiTe tef)U 0f highest’ grade two-cycle engines made; the result was an
financial standing all along the cost.
Doll beds, wash tubs, kitchen Barker A Co. Successor to Y. R.
initial order for 500 Ferro Engines—the largest single order ever'placed.
all goods in my line at prices and terms
Mr. Suplee is a thorough business
sets, smoothing irons, doll buggies. Wilson.
If such large engine buyery as the Mullins Co. slake their whole year’s
Anvthing you want for the little
Mrs. A. A. Leach, of this city,
business on tho Ferro after looking ao carefully into all the engine«
folks at M, H. Hersey’s,
recently received a letter from Mrs. baoking and will, no doubt, do a
made, certainly you ought to feel that this goes very far to prove that
L . R Robertson, the telephone Thos. Godfrey, formerly Lizzie Bu-
the Ferro Engine has in fact the superiority we claim for it.
man, Avent to the bay Thursday. He zan, of this place, in which she
The Ferro Machine & Foundry Co.,
enterprise of the whole upper
informs us that the late rains are states that she and Mr. Godfrey
C. H. BUTLER. Proprietor
W . C. ROSE, Agent, Coquille, Oregon_____
delaying the work of setting the will bs here about Christmas times,
We are now open for business in
poles for th« Coquille Bandon line, and will give several performances
Building west of the
Robinson lias a swell assortment j
but that the work had progressed j while in the county. They have s tbe Leach
Bank to do Ladies’ or Gents' Taylor- of men’s togs.
nicely up to time they set in. We ' good show it is claimed by Califor-
H A RM FU L
ing on short notice. Alterations and
Mr. and Mrs.Conrud Lapp passed |
believe that the poles are up for | nia papers.
We are also manufac-
more than half the line.
j Gents' Watches from $1.00 up. turers’ agents and represent Lamm through town the latter part o
Genuine is in the
Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, La Grippe, Asthma, Throat
Christmas will soon be here. Ask to see my $6.50 Waltham watch- ing Co. of Chicago and guarantee Grants Pass, it being their inten-
V. R. W 1 L 80 »,
, and Lung Troubles. Prevents Pneumonia and Consumption y * n - o w p a c k a o j
Don’t forget you can get anvthing es.
the winter at the Ut
to suit young nr ol 1 for a Christmas
T raver the T ailor .
FOR SALE AT SLOCUM’S DRUO STORK
present at M. H, Hersey’s.
H e iu ze 's sou r
Iiob iosoD 's.
Apple Growers Attention.
pickles in bulk at
If you have a contract that
has not been filled. or a bill that
has not been paid send it in at
once as I want to close up all
accounts before the first of the
Your Fall Clothes ar¿ riere
Suits from $6.00
up to $35.00.
W T. KERR
FIRST N A T IO N A L B A N K
A- W. Sleeper
The Horse Shoer
LAND & LYONS
W e Are Here
With The Goods
Consisting of Dairy Farms, Pasture and
Timber Lands, also a good list o f
Our prices are
right. Call and see us.
A t “THE BUTLER”
Coquille Transfer Co.,
W. H. MANSEL , Prop.
The riullins Boat