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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1909)
Gus Schroeder was down from
L. D. Smith was over from the
J. M. Bright was down from
Bay side on Monday.
Gravel Ford yesterday and made Arago yesterday.
Ed ScrautoQ was in town Satur
The steamers Bandon and Eliz
Children’s shoes with heels at our office a .pleasant call.
Wes Gilman caine up from the abeth sailed from Bandon for San
New lot of Cluett shirts at Robin
J. E. Conger, of Riverton, was lower river the last of the week and Francisco Monday evening. The
Fifield is due.
will reside at Johnson's mill.
in Coquille last Saturday.
Mrs. Lilly was up from Bandon
Amos Raines, of North Bend, was
Registered Berkshire pigs for
sale— both sex. J. C. Watson, Co in town yesterday on business con
Children's wash dresses at Rob
nected with the Campbell estate, of
Tom Guerin, of Myrtle Point,
R. E Shine, vice president of the which he is administrator.
R. M. Ilayter was down from went to Bandon Thursday.
First National Bank of this city,
Registered Durock Jersey pigs,
Arago on Friday.
Some good organs for sale at
was over from Emjiire, last Friday. the kind that latten on clover, for
Khaki cloth by the yard at Rob Goff <t Goodmaa’s.
C. M. Goodman & Co., dealers sale by J. D. Carl, Myrtle Point,
M. P. Sumerlin was down from
in new and second band goods. Or. Phone 101.
M. R. Lee, of Myrtle Point, was
the North Fork on Monday.
Phone No. 304.
in town yesterday.
Dr. Wet more, of Myrtle Point,
New line of summer dry goods at
Mr. aud Mrs. G. T. Treadgold. went to Riverton yesterday to see
G o to the Palm for a 4th or base Robinson's.
of Bandon, returned from a trip to young Mr. Steward who recently
Portland Saturday. They took in returned from Washington, and is
W. W. Sanders was down from came oyer on business Monday.
the fair at Seattle while absent.
suffering from rheumatism.
Norway on Saturday.
Remember Rose’s cash store for
Make your washing easy by us
Thomas Hanly, of Lampa, who
For bargains in shoes, see Drane sound ring flour.
ing Washing Tablets at Drane’s had a horse fall with him four
at his new store.
A. R. Enyeart, of Lakside, was
weeks ago with the result that the
George Laird, the Bandon mer iu town Thursday of last week.
Roy Dunham went to the Bay small bone of his right leg was
chant, was in this city Friday.
All kinds of fancy goods just in
last week and joined his father as fractured, was able to be up to
A special price on economy fruit at Rose's Cash store.
he started for Alaska, and will town last Wednesday. He was ac
jars and camping goods at M. H.
C. A. Peterson Jr., of Riverton,
make the trip to the north with his companied by his mother.
had business in Coquille on Satur
Mr. and Mrs. Tremblay were
\V. D. Roberts, of Riverton, had day.
The best and most wholesome brought up from Bandon yesterday
business in Coquillo on Wednes
New Oxblood and Tan shoes for
meals; the puriest lard. Go to the and will be cared for here till the
everybody at Robinson’s.
old gentleman is able to be taken
New Neckwear for Ladies and
R .C . Dement, of Myrtle Point,
Ira Buzan, the inveterate miner, to the Soldiers’ Home. They are
Gentlemen just arrived at Rose’s transacted business in Coquille on
was down from the Eckley country both feeble and not able to take
several days lately visiting old care of themselves
J. R. Miller, the Bandon mer
Have you saw the new galatea
friends and enjoying the entertain
chant, spent a day or so in Coquille
The greatest reduction ever made
cloth at Robinson’s store.
in millinery at Mrs. Morgan call and
ment of the city.
Take the steamer Dispatch at
Listen for the milk man's bell
F ob S ale . A beautiful parrot,
7:30 July 5th for the Bandon cele
Mrs. B. F. Lawrence, of Indian
$10. Inquire at this office.
when in need of fresh milk, cream,
apolis, Indiana, arrived her Friday
butter or eggs.
Rev. C. D. Price, of Bancroft,
M. H. Hersey bandies all kinds
for a visit o f several weeks with her
Had business in Coquille the last of
Miss Helene Hughes, one of our
Mr. and Mrs P. E. Drane
popular teachers, started for her
the dish line at the Racket.
and those of her husband, Mr. and
former home at Ashlaud Monday.
Rolled barley, shorts, bran nnd
The steamers Bandon Elizabeth She will teach the 8th grade dur- Mrs. J. S. Lawrence, as well as her
wheat at Robinson’s.
former home. Mr. Lawrence will
Attorney A. S. Hammond return arrived at Bandon from San Fran our text term of school.
come out later iu the summer.
ed from a business trip to Salem
The poorest family can afford
We pay cash for strawberries.
White River flour makes white meat when bought from the Peo
light bread. Robinson has it.
Address Corthell’s Delicatessen,
Saws gummed, filed and set at
Roy Stevens, of Myrtle PoiDt,
Hello! Are you going to Myrtle Marshfield.
Quick & Curry’s shop.
L. H. Hazard and Geo. O. Leach
to celebrate? If so, go to
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Briggs were
received a fine Studebaker
up from Riverton on Wednesday
Money saved for you if you buy candies, opposite Guerin Hotel. automobile Saturday. They went
of last week.
dry goods at O. Wilson & Co.
to the Bay to receive them and
Also large stand in the grove.
When you want groceries or meat
All kinds of tire works, flags drove them home iu the afternoon.
go to the People’s Market.
and ornaments for decora The former assisted by Fred Slagle
Sol Culver, of near Bandon, was
ting 4th of July at M. H. Hersey. and the latter by Mr. Van Martin.
in town on Friday on his return Francisco on business.
These are nice machines of 30 horse
Buy your groceries while you
Mrs. W. H. Bunch, of McKinley,
from Camas valley.
can save money that's at O. Wilson came down Wednesday to do some power.
Fresh frui s, pineapples, cocoa- & C o ’ b .
Robinson’s store has just received
shopping and see her daughter,
nuts, cantelopes and a fresh lino of
Mrs. C. E. Nicholson, of Marsh Miss Inez, who holds a position in a new line of embroideries, in nan-
cnndies at the Palm.
field, visited Mrs. F. S. Slagle in the county clerk’s office at present. sook swiss and cambric, also tuck
ing and fronting for waists.
Judge Sehlbrede came over from this city a day or so last week.
F ob S ale .— Horse and buggy
Marshfield Monday, having busi
B. F. Tichenor and J. P. Smith,
Thoroughbred Berkshire pigs, cart and harness, saddle and bridle
ness at the county seat.
organizers of the W< odman
both sex, for sale by f. C. Watson. Call at LyoDB & Jones’ store.
of the World, had a special meet
Gent’s don’t buy your spring suit
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. DeLong, of
Geo. T. Moulton and sister, Mrs.
until you have seen Robinson’s
ing at the W. O. W. Hall Monday
this city, last week visited Mr. and S. M- Nosier, returned yesterday
night and outlined a campaign for
Mrs. I. N. DeLoDg at their farm from a visit to the St. Martin
V il iam Hite was up from Ban
this section. Head Consul of the
Springs where they went for their
don Thursday shaking hands with
order, I. I. Boak, will be here
Tan! Tan!! Tan!!! Ties for gents health. They are much improved
many old friends in town.
later on and a big time is antici
.THE STORE OF BIG VALUES AND LITTLE PRICES.
ladies and children at Robinson's. by their trip.
W astes ,— W oman to do house
Dr. R. S. DeArmond, represent
The shoes for woodsmen; Tozier’s
work on farm. Inquire at this
Renich Henry Ochettree, aged
ing Dr. Richmond during the lat — S. F. Shoes. The gloves for wear
54 years, died at Bandon June 26,
ter’s absence, will answer to phone
1909, and w is buried at that p lan
Warren Leep, of Eugene, is in
call Main 211.
Grandpa nnd Grandma Belieu
on the 28th, Rev. A. Haberly o f
Coos county and expects to spend
Mr. and Mrs. R . D. Sanford
Call and see those waists from came over from Empire last wiek
the summer in this section.
75 cents to $3.50 at O. Wilson’s & and went up the river to Harmon
former residents of this place, but
eight children to meet the world
Those wash suits are just the Co’s.
Davis’ place where they will spend
lately of Enterprise, this state, who
thing for you to buy at O. Wilson
The steamer Dispatch will leave a few days with Mrs. Davis, their alone, their mother having passed arrived here on the 17th, returned,
away four years previously, who
Coquille lor the Bandon celebration daughter.
Saturday from a visit with relatives
have the sympathy of many friends.
Attorney A. E. Seaman, of Coos on July 5th at 7 :30 a. m. All at
of Mr. Sanford on the Bay side.
Bay, was a Coquille and Myrtle tending the Bandon celebration are
Go to the People’s Market, De in After having spent several days
Shoes have won popularity with the
Point visitor on Friday of last assured of a good time.
woods boys. E. L. Tozier maker, & Hensley Prop’rs. for the best ba here with their son Oliver Sanford,
con, lard, bams, aud meat of every
A practical bookkeeper wants
description. 1 hey treat y ou squire. asTstant cashier of the First Nation
Hats —for big, little, old and position. W ill write up and bal
The “ Shiner,” one of our popu
I al Bank, they started yesterday for
L, W. Culbertson, of North Bend,
young, all new and seasonable
lar Front street resorts, of late con
th>, Rogue river valley, their home
goods, at Robinson's.
who has been in the Coos Bay Life
moderate. ducted by Lee Roberts, has been
before coining to this city twenty-
While in Myrtle Point call on
takeu over by Messrs A. L. Miller Saving station for some time, is odd years ago, where they expict
—J. H. Bowen.
Haines for iceiretm, candies, fire
and W. D. Felton who will conduct nqw making a visit to bis many t ) locate again.
L. B. Hollenbeck, of Bandon,
friends in the Coquille valley. He
works and cigars. Opposite Guer
the same in the future.
was in town Monday on his way
made our office a pleasant call Mon
Now is the time to have your
out to the hot spring for rheuma
There is no auction in town only
windows and doors re screened. day. He is now at Bandon, but
tism from which he has been suffer
Quick & Curry has the galvanized will probably spend his 4th with
the milk man’s tell, morning and
ing for some time.
friends on the North Fork and at $20,000.00 buy s 180 acres all bot
tom with good buildings.
A Bnap for the next thirty days
Virgil Wilson arrived in town
— a flee home on Fishtrap at $225 Marshfield, greeted many old-time
Get your table legs turned at
Friday and is enjoying a visit with
per acre. For particulars address friends in Coquille on Thursday and Quick & Curry’s. They have some $4500 buys 45 acres improved
friends and schoolmates. His father,
ranch with buildings.
R. F. D. No. I, Box 193, San Diego, Friday of last week. He paid Ban patterns already out.
V. R. and family are now in Port
C al, or Box 17, Coquille, Oregon. don a visit while over this way, $1 per set.
$12.50 an acre buys a fine tract of
W. W. Gage returned the middle
There will be a sale of home bak looking after property interests.
land 360 acres, 35 acres bot
New line of white linens, butch
o f last week from Roseburg whither
tom balance grazing.
W anted . — Cream in quanities de
er, embroidery or round thread, ing by the Ladies of the M. E.
India, fronting, flaxon, and hand Church, at Fuhrman’s D ru gstore livered to Marshfield depot. Cor- be had gone with several members
of his family who were on their $800 buys an acre all in garden
kerchief, also brown and blue in on Friday,
July 2. Everybody thell’s Delicatessen.
way to California for their health.
bouse and barn. See us for
dress linens at Robinson’s.
come and get your Fourth of July
bargains. Come in and see'
go to some point in the southern
us and list your property
Mesdames Rhinehart and Garby,
G. R. HENSLEY
part of the state and are accom
with us. We will give
and tbeir sister, Miss Pigg, and the
panied by Mrs. Gage and Bonnie,
a square deal.
childern of the former, of Glenn's i
| mother and sister of Mrs. Powndei,
of a business education Ferry, Idaho, arrived here jester- j
and Miss Gladys Gage, another
day on their way to Bandon for a
cannot be questioned.
You can obtain this knowl visit with Mrs. Cora Stillwell, Delivered at Your Door daughter who will stop near Santa
Ro3a with Mrs Ed Wilhoit another
edge for a trifling sum, if another sister.
Twice a Day
you take up the studies at
Editor C. E. Kopf, of the Bandon ;
LOCAL N E W S .
« A » ****,
Owing to a big increase in busi
ness our present quarters have be
come to small for us and we have
leased the store room formerly oc
cupied by W . T. Kerr & Co., in
the Woodmen building and will
Our Dry Goods Department
JULY 6, 1909.
Where we will continue to give you bargains.
W e take this opportunity to thank our many
patrons old and new for their very liberal patron
age and will assure them in the future that
We Will Treat You Right.
In our old stand we will carry a most up-to-
date stock ot GROCERIES and will add a full line
of FEED, ETC.
W e are saving others money, let
us save you.
O. WILSON & CO.
Butter and Eggs
Neathery & Gregg
The time to enroll in our
school work is limited. If
you expect to attend a
commercial school, the op
portunity is now present
ed to you, to take up any
o f the studies without the
incidental expense o f leav
ing home to do so.
The enrollment of pupils
will close July 15, 1909.
B u s in e s s
C o lle g e
Recorder made our office a pleasant
call while in town Saturday. He j
came this far with a brother who
had paid him a visit an 1 was on bis
; way to his home in Iowa. Mr Kopf
was accompanied by bis estimable
W. S. Jess and family who have
been in San Francisco for several
months for the benefit of Mrs. Jess’
health, returned yesterday, having
come up on Monday’s Plant, and
proceeded to their
Johnson's mill. Mrs. Jess is much
Having Bought cut Mr. Laffer-
ty’s Milk Route, I am Prepared
to Furnish Any of the Above
at Reasonable Prices.
Phone Main 283
And yourOrder will be Promptly
1. R. NOSLER
Sunday morning at the First
Methodist Church a special service
during the regular preaching hour
will be held for members of tbc
'Sabbath School. Mr. Feese will
j illustrate his theme with all kinds
of nails. A special Patriotic ad
dress will be given at the evening
service by the pastor. Patriotic j
songs and hymns will be sung. Mrs.
Gambell will sing “ Columbia the
Gem of the Ocean’’ members of lo
cal fraternal and patriotic orders
are very cordially invited to attend
E. S. DEAN
The Peo pie’s M arl [et
■ O f!
D. L. Perkins
and inspect the largest
and most handsome
line o f Gents’ Furnish
ing Goods in the City.
The Newest and most
handsome thing in the
We have a nice line of Groceries.
We sell as Cheap as the Cheapest
We will Buy anything you have for Sale.
We want your Vegetables, your Chickens your E ggs
We Pay the Highest Market Price.
We are here to Stay.
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PHONE M AIN 5-6
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CO QUILLE. OREGON