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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1909)
Big Fire at Roseburg
B. F. Smith was up from the Attend the Grangers' picnic Sat-,
Skeels & Son’s Cash Prices.
urday at Norway.
lower river on Saturday.
Last Friday night a very dis- Our shoes, none better. Satis
James Ferry, of Marshfield, had F. T. Barton, oi Johnson’s mill, We .save you 30 per cent. Let tructive
occured at Roseburg, faction guaranteed.
us show you how. Hub Clorhiug reducing fire
business in Coquille on Monday. had business in town Friday.
seven buildings to ashes Economy jars, none better. J
New lot of Cluett shirts at Robin- For all kinds cf aaimunition call Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish, of and destroying the contents of three gallon $160, quarts $1,30 and pints
on J. S. Lyons.
bricks. The loss is estimated at $1.05
Arago, were in town Monday.
Circuit court conveues in ad Mrs. Al Garten, ol Baudon, Tan! Tan!! Tnn!!! Ties for gents , $ 22 , 370 , a portion of which was Mason jars. You know them.
journment session next Tuesday. visited Mrs. C. A. Harrington, of ladies and children at Robinson's. insured. The fire originated in I J gallon $100 quarts 75 cents pints
Born.—In Coquille, Aug. 25 , 1909 , Rapp’s stage stable, in which 17 65 cents.
Khaki cloth by the yard at Rob this Geo.
Smallwood, an East Marsh to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Elliott, a horses and two cows were burned,
Durock Jersey pigs,
boilermaker, was in Coquille daughter.
among which were four Coos the Registered
Al and L. D. Smith, of Coos field
fatten on clover, for
county teams, those of Ed Johnson,
river, were in Coquille on Satur the first of this week.
W anted —Girl for general house
Carl, Myrtle Point,
White River dour makes white work. Wages $25. Apply to Jul
bread. Robinson has it.
ings, of Cunningham, Guy Cham
ius Larson. Marshfield, Ore.
Children’s wash dresses at Rob light
of Daniels creek and Walter
A S i» ra iu e tl A u k le .
treated a sprained |
W. H. Mansell, the teamster, ex
These parties had gone to see the ankle will disable the injured person
last of the week.
pects to go to San Francisco this for a visit, returning Monday.
a month or more, but by ap
Mrs. W. H. Howell, of Prosper, Clotning, Hats and Shoes—We Ringling circus, and the fire oc for
plying Chamberlain’s Liniment and
was in town Saturday, and visited only. Hob Clothiug and Shoe Co.
the directions with each
Children’s shoes with heels at her
of the evening performance. observing
bottle faithfully, a cure may, in
son Will, oi this city.
Wetbey, of Myrtle Point, Claud Moon, of this city, was the most cases, be effected in less than
New and uptodate guns of all was H. in A. Coquille
C. Timmons and daughter, of description
Monday and shook hero of the hour, He arrived at one week's time. This liniment is
at J. 8 . Lyons.
Baudon, were Coquille vi-itors on
remarkable preparation; try
the barn when the fire was well a it most
C. J. Van Zile, of North Bend,
sprain or a bruise, or when j
Thoroughbred Berkshire pigs,
with chronic or muscular
New line of summer dry goods a t 1 burned home Monday after spend- both
sox, for sale by J. C. Watson. any attempt at saving the burning rheumatism,
and you are certain to
ing a few days iu this vicinity
animals, when, he secured some- be delighted with the prompt relief
Ed Carter, the Myrtle Point real
it affords. For sale by R. S.
nic at the grove at Norway next thiug with which he broke open which
estate man, was in Coquille on Sat go to the People’s Market.
Saturday, All who possibly can
George Mandigo, the North should
a volume of smoke and flames and Registered Berkshire pigs for
loosened two horses, one of which sale—both sex. J. C. Watson, Co
For bargains in shoes, see Drane Myrtle Point by Monday’s train.
at bis new store.
in a few minutes. It was quille.
Children’s hats and caps in large passed through this town Monday certainly a heroic act, and a narrow
Parties wishing coal from the variety
en route home from a visit through escape for the lad.
California Creamery Prices
Rouse mine will apply to Harry Co’s. and style at O. Wilson A Southern Oregon.
The following prices were paid by
our prices first. Hub Cloth The Bandon Goes Ashore.
H. H. Brownson, of Bridge, had ing Get
Rolled barley, shorts, bran and business
Eel river valley creameries for
with the county court last money.
wheat at Robinson’s.
fat for the month of July.
Monday. He is interested in road For Sale.—One dozen Brown
Capital 30| cents; Central 31;
Attorney Bennett Swantou was building
over to the county seat from Marsh M rs. W. S. Guerin, of Langlois, Leghorn hens; apply at this office. afternoon, the steamer Bandon Grizzly Bluff aud Eel River 30J;
R. W. Lundy, of Myrtle Point, started to sea with a general cargo Pioneer 30J.
field on Friday.
town Monday accompanied of lumber, etc., and as she proceed
Saws gummed, filed and set at being on a visit with Coos county by a in nephew,
F. L. Lundy, a late onto the bar it seems that there The best and most wholesome
Quick A Curry’s shop.
arrival from Kansas, who is paying ed
relatives and friends.
meats; the puriest lard. Go to the
Commissioner W. T. Dement was Mrs. Stephen Lapp returned Fri his uncle a visit and looking at the was an accident of some kind and People’s
the vessel went ashore on the south
in town from his upper river home day from a visit with friends at country.
tor woodsmen; Tozier’s side of the river. She was in tow
Grants Pass and other points in —S. The F. shoes
Shoes. The gloves for wear of the tug Klihyam, but in some Fiom a small beginning the sale
Have you saw the new gnlatea the Rogue river and Willamette Logger
Fear Gloves. E. L. Tozier, manner were separated, the line and use of Chamberlain’s Cough
cloth at Robinson’s store.
has extended to all parts
F. T. Crewe and family have seeming to part, and before the tug ot Remedy
H. H. Stanford, of the upper Now is the time to have your moved down from Myrtle Point to could reach her again with a line the United States and to many
foreign countries. Why? Because
river, was in to visit H. B. Haskin, windows and doors re screened. this city, and will conduct the cigar the steamer was aground.
has proved especially valuable
one day last Week.
factory here in the future. They The Bandon is a new boat and for coughs and colds. For sale by
Make your washing easy by us James Mars and wife, of Bandon, have lived in this city before and would be able to withstand some R. S. Knowlton.
their many friends will be pleased rough usage, and as to her safety
ing Washing Tablets at Drane’s returned
Monday from attending to see them return.
Those wash suits are just the
be a hard guess, but it was thing
for you to buy at O. Wilson
the fair at Beattie and a visit with Summer hosiery gold at cost at would
Judge Coke was iu town Sutur- relatives and friends of that city. the White House, Saturday, Sept. thought by some last evening that A Co’s.
she would be a total wreck.
day, on his return from holding a They had a very enjoyable time 4tb.
Timber Land for Sale.
term of circuit court iu Curry P. J. Rooney started for Florence William Gallier, of Bandon, re
118 acres of good timber land for
last Friday, where he will run an turned Friday from attendance at a few days, but will return and sale at a bargain. One mile from
Mrs. R . M. Weider, of Marsh engine for J.A. Besler, who formerly the A-Y-P- exposition and a visit preach
Sunday. Mrs. Leta Moo- river. For particulars address box
field, visited at Baudon with her conducted one of the Powers camps with friends at different points in maw will
sing at the morning 197 , Coquille, Oregon.
the Willamette valley. The old service. Special
daughter, Mrs. Fred Tuttle, Satur on Cunningham.
music will be
gentleman, though 84 years old,
day and Sunday.
F ob S ale
F ob S a le . —Horse and buggy stood the trip splendidly and enjoy given also at night.
Get your table legs turned at cart nnd harness, saddle and bridle ed it very much.
A good young work ¡»are, weight
Quick & Curry’s. They have some
Gent’s don’t buy your spriug suit 1350,
Clothing, Hats and Shoes. We until
patterns already out. Hard wood, Call at Lyons A Jones’ store.
and two fine Bonaparte colts.
Mrs. Z. Boyce, of Bandon, and save you money. The Hub, Front stock. you have seen Robinson’s
$1 per set.
G. O. L owe , Norway.
E. Cope, of Langlois, went Street.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Hollenbeck to Mrs. the R. Bay
one day last week to see Attorney R. G. Smith, of Grants
moved from the lower river to Mr. C. W. boyce
and family, of the Pass, was in the Coquille valley a
Gravel Ford the last of the week, Coos Bay life saving
day or so last week on his return
and will reside in that vicinity.
circuit court in
Mine bus just rec fvod from attending
For Sale.—A five-year-old horse a Robinson's
county. Mr. Smith ex
line of em broideries, in nan- Curry
weighing about 1300 lbs. Inquite sook swiss and cambric, also lock pressed himself highly pleased with
his trip, and sa.ts he likes our valley
ing and fronting for waists.
of Sweet Bros., Lampa.
very much. He was accompanied
Capt. and Mrs. O. P. Ellingson, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. McKinnis, by his estimable wife.
of Parkersburg, returned last Fri-' of Baudot), passed through town O. Wilson A Co. have just re
day from Seattle. They were very Friday en route to Iowa and Ne ceived a full and complete line of
well pleased with the exposition. 1 braska, where they go to visit old childrens' hats and caps.
w ' n B. it E. . Beyers,
. t >
. ; friends and places
of residence in W. L. Krantz, ol Gravel Ford,
who came in Friday with his team
made her home in this city for the ; ormer years-
fall to haul out a load of household
past vear, went to Sumner last
the goods for C. H. Hollenbeck, told
week ’ and will reside there for |
wiU bo ou a
ns of an exciting bear hunt he and
son, Harry, had recently exper
The Misses Sherwood, Emma 1 N- DeLonK «nd wife and his
were out in the
and Gretchen, and Miss Tilling- d»u 8 1,ter. M>*s Bessie, were up woods in They
hast, went to Coos river Friday t0 from hia farm near Riverton on Sturdivant, company
and came across a large
visit with the grand parents of the Monday- hav,n8 on hand some mother bear and cub. The cub
former, Mr. and Mr». Stephen j busicessconnected with the school was made to climb a tree by the
of his district.
old bear, which then showed an
inclination to defend herself and
Remember that J. i. Lyons gives Shoes have won popularity with the young
one, but two shots from Mr.
away a $2.50 knife each week for woods boys. E. L. Tozier maker, Krantz’s rifle laid her low, while
Master Harry, eleven years of age,
the highest off hand score at his Coquille.
For sale or trade for Ranch. took care of the cub with his 22 .
J. H. Chase, Jr., and mother, of Eight-room house and five lots, Quite a serious accident occurred
Minneapolis, Minnesota, passed large barn, henhouse and yard, on the Marshfield-Roseburg stage
through town Monday ou their way woodhouse, city water. For sale line 20 miles from the latter place
to Baudon. They are here to look on easy terms. E. H. Kern, Co last Thursday. A fractious horse
got his tail lastened to the single
at the country, and are well pleased quille, Oregon.
with what they have seen. They Everybody is invited to the tree and caused a runaway. There
will be up this way and have a White House millinery opening Sat were eleven passengers on the stage,
all escaping serious injury but three.
general look over the county.
urday, Sept. 4th.
S. A. Gordon, of Pendleton, sustain
ed a broken ankle, while Mrs, G. :
P. Dean, of Grants Pass, and Jacob j
Weick, of North Bend, were severe - 1
ly shaken up and bruised, but not j Ladies and Gents Shoes at the
Wanted—a good fresh young
milch cow. Must be gantle and give
good yeild of milk. Address John
Walstrom, Parkersburg, Oregon.
FRANK B. ANDERSON, Principal
The poorest family cso afford
. . . .
when bought from the Peo-'
pie's Market, Dean A Company.
We have both new and second Best Cane Sugar, $5.55 per sack Good grade baking powder 25
hand in the following lines, dressers,
cents for 1 pound cans.
or 17 pounds for $1.00
commodes, iron and wood beds, bed
msttresses, floor matting, 1 Coffee that is equal to any 40 7 bars of Naphtha soap for 25
Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typewriting, Penmanship springs,
sewing machines, in fact almost
cent coffee, sold at 25 cent*.
Rapid Calculation and Commercial Usage.
everything needed for the house or Every sack of flour guaranteed Table Apricots, 15 cents or 2
Endorsed by the business men of Coguille. Its camp. Come and look through,
cans for 25 cents.
at $1.55 per sack.
will be surprised at the great
attendance nas been largely drawn from that you
our store. C. M. Goodman A Co
C, M. Goodman A Co., dealers
new aud second hand goods.
uUUnlXLLr InU Three months here equals at least eight months
Phone No. 364.
under class instruction.
Hats—for big, little, old SDd
Legibility to Students.
One of the
young, all new and seasonable
OflUn I “ finu _ most
goods, at Robin ' .
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LOCAL N E W S .
Here are Cash Prices on some Sta
ple Articles found at our Store
Enroll for Fall Term Now
Free Delivery at Anytime During Day
b id s
1Lyons & Ji o ne s
Come with the Crowds to the Store that names
bargains that are bargains, in up-to-the minute
We are giving away Cupons that Entitle you to
Rogers’ A A
O. WILSON & CO
The Store of Big Values and Little Prices
TH E R E W ERE 1500 PEOPLE A T
East Richmond Par^
Sunday, August 2 9 .
East Richmond Park is six months old. There
have been over 400,000 dollars worth
of lots sold.
________ W H Y ? ________
Do you want to work all your life? Its up to
you, you know. Come in and see us and
make yourself better off. Other
People are doing it.
R. S. 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 Beposit Boxes For Rent
Confectionery, Tobaccos, Cigars, Ice Cream
F R U I T S IN S E A S O N
F ob S ale .
A No. 1 Dairy Ranch of 157 acres,
about 120 acres clearsd, about 100
acres under plow, 40 head good
grade Jersey cow, 50 tons hay, 130
tons corn ensilage, plows, wagons,
harness, cultivators, mowers, cream
separators, milk cans, etc. One-
8 borse-power gasoline engine, one
10 ton per hour ensilage cutter,
10 or 12 bead of hogs, two good
barns, two dwelling houses, two
orchards, all kinds of fruit, wagon
road, railroad and river, about
200 rods of river frontage, A snap
from ten to 15 years to pay for it.
Pacific Real Estate Co.
J. M. Bright of Gravel Ford ia
offering his fine dairy farm of 187
acres, 40 acres good bottom land,
with new residence, good barn, and
large, bearing orch rd for sale, to
gether with all the stock, farming
implements, crop etc. This place
is located 1 J miles from creamery,
and lees than | mile from two good
Anyone wishing such a location
will find this »bargain. Write to,
or call on him at that place.