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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 25, 1909)
Mrs. E. E. Dickson, of Bandon, When you want groceries or meat
go to the People’s Market.
was in town Mouday.
Walter 8roitb was up from River For all kinds of ammunition call Ex Commissioner Lloyd Spires,
of Myrtle Point, was in town Mon
on J. S. Lyons.
Now lot of Cluett shirts at Robin
Thoroughbred Berkshire pigs,
a visit a day or so last week.
sex, for sale by J. C. Watson.
Col. Coach was up from Bandon White River flour makes white both
Blumenrother, of Bandon,
Comfort for your Horses and Cattlo means health and healthy
Bay and Coquille a visit of:
is resultful. If your stock is not comfortable, they are
Khaki cloth by the yard at Rob
a Coquille business visitor on Sat two or three days lust week.
not at their best.
Tan! Tan!! Tan!!! Ties for gents :
For real comfort from Flies, Insects and Vermin treat with
George Steward was up from urday.
and children at Robinson’s.
New and uptodate guns of all
Rivertou on Saturday.
Capt. Pendergrass, of Marshfield,
Children’s wash dresses at Rob description at J. 8. Lyons.
Annoying insects will not go where it is used and the torments
after property interests.
W. M. Kay, of Riverton, had bus gineer, bad business up from Ban looking
the creeping, crawling flying pests will be gone.
Niel Watson, of Marshfield, was
don on Monday.
iness in Coquihe Monday,
Fly-Nocker is easily and quickly applied. Costs
the first of the week to see his
hut big in results. Use it now.
Children’s shoes with heels at Children’s hats and caps in large over
variety and style at O. Wilson & brother, R. R. Watson, of this city.
Sold and Guaranteed by
Mr. and Mrs. Vet Shields, of Ban-
M. Brogdon moved from Myrtle Co’s.
T. M. Herman, of the Myrtle
Point to Biudou on Monday.
Mrs. C. A. Everndon, of this
F u h r m a n ’s P h a rm a c y
New line of summer dry goods at Point section, returned Saturday and
Miss Pansy Sponenberg, of Em
Ed Lasswell, of McKinley, had Registered Berkshire pigs for pire,
returned Monday after a visit
sale—both sex. J. C- Watson, Co-
business in town on Thursday.
friends, the Misses Getty, Jesse Haskin returned last week Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Lawrence
For bargains in shoes, see Crane Harry Hughes and Floyd Cox, of this city.
from a trip to Seattle where he took who had concluded their visit with
at his new store.
the fair. He also visited friends their pnrents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Attorney A. S. Hammond is back was in town last Monday.
Lawrence and Mr. and Mrs. P. E.
iug at the Bandon Beach. They
from a business trip to Portland.
Wall paper, 5 cent odds and end, Drane, started on tneir return for
Rolled barley, shorts, bran and thing for you to buy at O. Wilson ter, Miss Leona Foote.
per roll at W. C. Laird’s their home in Indianopolis, Indiana,
wheat at Robinson’s.
where Mr. Lawrence holds a posi
Horrace Addis, of Salem, a repre tion
J. W. Catching, of Sumner, was E. N. Smitn, of Myrtle Point
on the editorial staff of the In
a Coquille business visitor on Sat went to Bandon Monday to look this city, started for Seattle yester sentative of “The Rural Spirit," a dianopolis
wide-awake and thoroughly reliable of that city. Star, a large daily paper
after business interests.
stock journal published at the capi
Saws gummed, filed and set at Gent’s don’t buy your spring suit
tal city, spent several days in this A fine clean Millinery stock in a
Quick & Curry’s shop.
until you have seen Robinson’s away a $2.50 knife each week for city
Prosperous farming town, no op
and vicinity last week.
J. H. backett, of Marshfield, had stock.
for sale at a sacrifice, in
busiuess at Myrtle Pitnt Wednes Peter Axe, of Bridge, was down the highest off hand score at bis Knowlton’s F'ruit Jars, pints 90 position,
cents; quarts $1.10; one half gallons, this immediately.
to town Friday with a large lot of
Have you saw the new galatea roasting ears from his farm.
$1.25, at Lairds,
cloth at Robinson’s store.
C. M. Goodman & Co., dealers for a suitable home, it being their Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Peate, of Bev Services Dext Sunday at the 1st
G. O. Lowe, of Norway, made our in new and second hand goods. intention
erly, Kansas, started for Seattle and Methodist Church. In the evening
to locate in this city.
office a pleasant call while in town Phone No. 364.
northern points on their re- services will be resumed after an
Robinson’s store has just received other
one day last week.
They had been
Ray Haines, the Myrtle Point a new
line of embroideries, in nan- here yesterday.
of three Sabbath evenings.
several days visiting their omission
The poorest family can afford confectioner, bad business which sook swiss
meat when bought from the Peo called him to the Bay yesterday. ing and fronting for waists.
riends. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bran sing “Sundown” Mrs.
ple's Market, Dean & Company.
don, of this city.
Curley Hatcher, of Bridge, visit the sewingmachine man, made our ors for one of the sections on the Five hundred rolls of wall paper, Tillinghash. In a five minute
ed Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Messer in office a business call on Friday. Fairview road which is being im 5 cents per roll. Former prices lude the pastor will explain pre
this city the middle of last week.! The best and most wholesome proved, are getting along nicely ran from 20 to 60 cents, at Laird’s. give reasons why the Methodist
Foil S ale .— Horse and buggy j meats; the puriest lard. Go to the with the work.
The Eureka Coal Co. at River Episcopal Church should not be
cart and harness, saddle and bridle People’s
having re-erected their tram called the “North Methodist” or
Call at Lyons & Jones’ store.
beth arrived in the Coquille Sun way which was wrecked by the M. E- Church North.”
B. J. Harrison, of Myrtle Point, | Wednesday locking afler busi day, but Cody’s mill having burn high water last winter, are now
visited his daughter, Mrs. Chas. don
ness matters connected with the ed, the Fifield proceeded to 8hoal working double shifts of men on M. E. WHITMORE. E. F. MOKRISSY
Collier, in this city, the last of the steamer
Water Bay for her cargo.
the development of the mine, and it Coos Bay Paving and Con
expected that large quantities of
O. Wilson & Co. have just re
Fine ash wood delivered any- j ceived
a full and complete H of ment, was the lucky man to draw coal will be put out by the company GENERAL CONTRACTORS
where in town at $2 per tier. Ap- j childrens’ hats auil caps.
No. 965 in the Flathead Indian res in a short time.
Plans anil Estimates Given
ply at this office.
Smith Baily, a pioneer citizen of ervation land drawing. He will New line of white linens, butch Concrete
Bricks Stone and Timber.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Hollenbeck, j Roseburg, was in Coquille a few doubtless get a good claim.
er, embroidery or round thread,
of Bandon, spend two or three days days lately, having ue down to Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Taylor, of india, fronting, flaxon, and hand Phone 151-J Contractor.
in town the last of last week and the const f or liis tummer vacation. Cottage Grove, are in Coos coun kerchief, also brown and blue in Offices 117 Front Street, Marshfield Ore.
the first of this visiting friends.
The shoes for woodsmen; Tozier’s ty enjoying an outing and visit at dress linens at Robinson’s.
F. Shoes. The gloves for wear the beach at Bandon. They are
Tczier’s Celebrated Logger
Shoes have won popularity with the Logger Fear Gloves. E. L. Tozier. highly pleased with their trip.
woods boys. E. L. Tozier maker, Mr. and Signolness, of Roseburg, M arried —In Coquille, Oregon,
who had attended the Oregon- at the South Methodist parsonage,
Charles Heller was in from Dora Idaho Development Congress, August 23, 1909, Mr Albert Seelig
la-t Monday getting a supply of started on their return hune M"U- and Miss Ellen JohDsoD, of Marsh
gasoline with which to drive his day.
field, Rev. C. H. Cleaves, officiating.
threshing machine, which he finds Hats—for big, little, old and M arried . —At the M. E. South
a much better motive than horses young, all new and seasonable parsonage in Coquille, August 19,
Mr. Jas. E. Thomas and Miss
Now is the time to have your goods,
a general overhauling in 1007,
windows and doors re screened.
A. Johnson, of Marshfield,
Quick k Curry has the galvanized side and out, and two coats of Rev. C, H. Cleaves officiating.
paint, the Baxter Hotel is beginning Attorney General A. M. Craw-
We have both new and secoud to present a very inviting appear jord, ef Salem, spent some time in
band in the following lines, dressers, ance.
Coquille while down to attend the
commodes, iron and wood beds, bed Make your washing easy by us Development Congress. His many
springs, mattresses, floor matting, ing Washing Tablets at Drane’s friends were pleased to see him.
sewing machines, in fact almost store.
everything needed for the house or Dr. Jas. Richmond and wife re Wanted—a good fresh young
camp. Come and look through, turned from their trip to the Dr’s milch cow. Must be gautle and give
you will be surprised at the great old home in Michigan and Chicago good yeild of milk. Address John
variety of articles to be found in and other points east on Wednes Walstrom, Parkersburg, Oregon.
our store. C. M. Goodman & Co day of last week.
Mrs. W. C. Owen who accom
George Leste-, livings short dis Prosecuting Attorney Geo. M. panied her mother, Mrs. John
tances above town, is carrying bis Brown, of Roseburg, passed through Kronenberg, to Lodi, California,
bead in n sling, the result of a cut town Wednesday of last week en lately, returned by the steamer
of an ax made by himself. A few route to Gold Beach to assist in the Elizabeth which arrived in Sunday.
days ago he was cutting some brush conducting of the present term of For sale or trade for Ranch.
Eight-room house and five lotB,
and attempted to cut a limb above’ circuit court.
his head which was in a tangle Alfred Johnson, the lumberman, large barn, henhouse and yard,
with other brush, and the ax turned is home from his trip to San Fran woodhouse, city water. For sale
in his hands and he received the cisco, and reports all going well. on easy terms. E. H. Kero, Co
blow slightly above- the ear which His daughter, Miss Ester, has about quille, Oregon.
cut a gash requiring several stitches recovered from her attack of ap- Mrs. James Belieu, of Camas val
to close it.
ley, and her daughter, Mrs. E. S
pendecitis and operation.
Baraford, of Portland, returned
from Bandon Mooday where they,
had been to visit Mrs. W. D. Mar Ladies and Gents Shoes at the
daughter and sister.
A N D E R S O N ’S
1 Mr. a and
Mrs. W. R. Cartwright,
of Emmett, Idaho, arrived here last
week and are enjoying a visit and
general outing. Mr. Cartwright is
FRANK B. ANDERSON, Principal
having a tombstone placed at the
. . . .
OREGON grave of his father, the late John ;
Cartwright, in the Odd Fellows’
cemetery. They went to Bandon Best Cane Sugar, $5.55 per sack Good grade bakiDg powder 25
Enroll for Fall Term Now Sunday and visited Mr. Cartwright’s or 17 pounds for $1.00
cents for 1 pound can*.
brother, James Cartwright, of that Coffee that is equal to any 40 7 liars
of Naphtha soap for 25
Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typewriting, Penmanship city.
cent coffee, sold at 25 cents.
Rapid Calculation and Commercial Usage.
Skeels & Son’s Cash Prices.
Every sack of flour guaranteed Table Apricots, 15 cents or 2
Endorsed by the business men of Coguille. Its
cans for 25 cents.
at $1.55 per sack.
attendance has been largely drawn irom that
Our shoes, none better. Satis
Economy jars, none better. J Free Delivery at Anytime During Day
S E N D FOR L E A F L E T .
$160, quarts $1.30 and pints
OnniflfCCDlUO __ Practical, Substantial; as in any business house.
Three months here equals at least eight months
under class instruction.
Mason jars. You know them.
t CunDTUAMn __ Speed, Accuracy, Legibility to Students. One of the
J gallon $100 quarts 75 rents pints
O nun I nAnU
most complete systems—Recognized by experts.
6 § cents.
LOCAL N E W S.
Comfort for your
Horses and Cattle
HAVE YOU TAI\EN ADVAN
TAGE OF IT YET?
Come with the Crowds to the Store that names
bargains that are barkains, in up-to-the minute
W e are giving away Cupons that Entitle you to
Rogers’ A A
O . W IL SO N & C O
The Store of Big Values and Little Prices
Here are Cash Prices on some Sta
ple Articles found at our Store
Confectionery, Tobaccos, Cigars, Ice
F R U I T S IN S E A S O N
Tl)e People's Market
EHDMAN & HENSLEY, Proprietors.
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
We Pay the Highest Market Price..
We are to Stay.
W e W d ll T r e a t Y o u
PHONE MAIN 5-6
R ig h t .
R. 8. KNOWLTON, President GEO. A. ROBINSON, V. Pres.
R. H. MAST, Cashier
CAPITAL STOCK $ 2 5 ,0 0 0
A Reasonable Share of Your Business Solicited
First Class Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent
And Porch-W eather Evenings
are distinctly Edison Phonograph evenings. Nobody wants to do any
thing but listen. Here is an idea—a new one.
Get an Edison Phonograph. If yon already have one, then you should
have some of the latest records.
We now have the complete book of E lison records in stock.
[f pou bavent the four minute ottachmeut for playiDg the new four
minute records, come in and see them, and hear Ihe records. They are
Catalogues of machines and lecords will be sent on applicatiin free of
E. C. BARKER & CO