Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, September 22, 1909, Image 3

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    The steamer Elizabeth arrived in
J. E Conger was up from River­
ton Saturday.
the Coquille on Friday.
For a 1713.acre stock ranch at
For all kinds of animunifiou call
For Sale.—One dozen Brown
on J. S. Lyons.
Leghorn bens; apply at this office. $11 per acre, see W. B. Neathery.
L. D. Carl, of Norway, was in
J. Mende, of North Bend, was a
R. W . Haughton was down from
town Monday.
Coquille visitor a day or so last
Norway yesterday.
J. L Crosby, of Gravel Ford, was
Archie Kruse, the ship builder, week,
in town on Saturday.
came over from the Bay Monday.
Mr. aud Mrs. Thomas Anderson
of
Bandon, visited friends up this
For bargains in shoes, see Drane
Children’s hats and caps in large
at bis new store.
variety and style at O. Wilson & way a few daj s last week.
C J. Itaudleman, of Parkersburg, Co’s.
Thoroughbred Berkshire pigs
LOCAL N E W S .
E. N. Smith was a passenger from
Myrtle
Point to Bandon Saturday.
New and uptodate guns of all
description at J. 8. Lyons.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Roberts
lien Grant, of Gravel Ford, was a were up from Riverton yesterday.
Coquille visitor on Monday.
Registered Berkshire pigs for
Full stock of grass seed at sale— both sex. J. C- WatsoD, Co­
quille.
Knowlton's Drug Store.
Mrs David Mathers, of Riverton,
Oapt. O. P. Ellingson,of Parkers­
had business in Coquille on Satur­
burg, bad business in town Thurs­
day.
day.
James Richardson, of Parkers­
Full stock of school books at
Knowlton’s Drug Store.
Cash burg, was a Coquille visitor on
Monday.
only.
was in town Monday.
Avoid the annoyance of preparing
D. McNair, the Bandon hard­
ware man, was up to Coquille on Sunday dinner by going to the
Baxter.
Monday.
Mrs. Boone is over from Marsh­
Make your washing easy by us­
field visiting her sister, Mrs. Edw.
ing Washing Tablets at Drane’s
Boyd, of this city.
store
Mrs. G. Boak and Miss Wald-
Bia Barrows, of Bullards, was in
vogle, of Bandon, visited up-river
Coquillo last Saturday shaking
friends the last of the week.
hands with old friends.
Fine sash wood delivered any
Those wash suits are just the where in town at $2 per tier. Ap­
thing for you to buy at O. Wilson ply at this office.
& Co’s.
The Randolph Lumber Co's mill
D. H. Dollar, the lumberman, re­
on the lower riyer started up yes­
turned last week from a business
terday, They have been advertis­
visit to Sau Francisco.
ing for men.
Parties wishing coal from the
The steamer Fifield went into
Rouse mine will apply to Harry
Coos Bay Monday, and yesterday
F landers.
came around to the Coquille for a
William Norton, of LaDglois, re­ load o f lumber.
turned Thursday after spending a
Lost.—-Road and Poll tax receipt
day or so here at court.
book for Dist. No. 9.
Finder
Knowlton’s Fruit Jars, pints 90 please return it to this office.
cents; quarts $1.10; one half gallons, | Married.— In Coquille, Oregon,
September 15, 1909, Mr. Will Strain
$1.25, at Lairds.
M. E. Arthur, of Corvallis, Ore­ and Miss Alma Bushnell, Rev. C.
gon, la in this county looking j H. Cleaves officiating.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Rowan,
returned home by way o f this city
on Monday, accompanied by her
father and little Miss Belle Stevens.
n
OREGON
Enroll for Fall Term Now
Registered Durock Jersey pigs,
the kind that latten on clover, for
sale by J. D. Carl, Myrtle Point,
| Or. Phone 101.
A 320 acre South African Veteran
Bounty Land Certificate issuer) by
the Department of the interior,
Government of Canada, Ottawa,
| under the Volunteer Bounty Act,
1908. Good for 320 acres of any
j Dominion land open for entry in
| Alberta, Saekatewan, or Manitoba.
1 Any person over the age of 18
S E N D
F O R
L E A F L E T .
years, man or woman, can acquire
D n n ifl fC C D I t lP __ Practical, Substantial; as in any business House.
\ this land with this certificate, with-
oUUMVttrlnU
Three months here equals at least eight months
ont further charge. For immedi­
under class instruction.
ate sale— $800 00. Write or wire
Legibility
to
Students.
One
of
the
Y
_ Speed, Accuracy,
L. E. Telford, 131 Shuter street,
items—Recognized by experts.
<
most complete systems—Recognized
Toronto, Canada,”
fjl Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typewriting, Penmanship f
Rapid Calculation and Commercial Usage.
Endorsed by the business men of Coguille. Its
attendance has been largely drawn from th at
class.
V SHORTHAND
J
M en ’s
Stylish
Suits
We have ju st re­
ceived a nice line
of Men’s Suits and
are showing some
snappy styles th at
have the g o o d
quality stamp and
the small p r i c e
mark for
Something that is Well Made and
Dressy—-Can’t be Beat Elsewhere
for $15...
House Moving.
Business College
COQUILLE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
¡Coquille,
*
Oregon
Office in Skeels Building
OFFICE HOURS—9 to II a. m. 2 to
4 p.m . 7 to 8 p. m.
Residence Phone----- Office Phone-----
J
F ob S ale .— Horse and buggy
Wm. Vore returned f-om San
cart and harness, saddle and bridle
Francisco
Monday
and
is
out
sell­
O. Wilson & Co. have just re­
ceived a full aud complete line of ing Richmond lots, with which he Call at Lyons & Jones’ store.
is meeting good success.
childrens’ hats and caps.
Mrs. E. E. Hayes, of North Bend,
Born.— Near Johnson's
Mill,
C. M. Goodman & Co., dealers who has been over to see her mother,
September 2, 1909. to Mr. and Mrs. ! in new aud second hand goods, Mrs. G. A. Brown, who has been
j Phone No. 364.
quite ill of late, returned home Mon­
P. W. Laird, a daughter.
D.
C.
Krantz
was
down
from
his
day, taking her mother with her,
W a n t e d — Girl for general house
work. Wages $25. Apply to Jul­ farm at Arago yesterday, the first she being much better the past few
time for some weeks, he having days.
ius Larson. Marshfield, Ore.
been down with rheumatism.
Remember that J. ■». Lyons gives
Isom Walker, the Curry county
stockman, was in Coquille last j L. E. Elliott went to the Bay away a $2.50 knife each week for
the highest off hand score at his
Monday shaking hands with old j Satuiday for a lot of bridge timbers
shooting gallery.
to
be
used
along
the
railroad
by
friends.
The Misses Ellingson, Maud and
Clyde Collier and his bridge gang.
Remember, school will open soon.
Ruby,
of Parkersburg, started the
The shoes lor woodsmen; Tozier’s
Get your books and school sup­
—S. F. Shoes. The gloves for wear last of the week for California, the
plies at Knowlton’s Drug Store.
Logger Fear Gloves. E. L. Tozier. former going to Oakland where she
J. R. McGee has purchased the
Miss Grace Savage, of Marshfield, will attend high school, and the lat­
White property in Riverton, where
who
had been visiting friends in ter to San Jose to attend the Slate
he will make his home while operat­
Myrtle Point, came down Monday Normal.
ing the Rouse mill.
Get your table legs turned at
and stopped over a day or so with
W. B. Neathery has made ar­
her brother, J. O. Savage, editor Quick & Curry’s. They have some
rangements by which he is prepared
patterns already out.
Hard wood,
to send those wishing to look at of our worthy contemporary, the $ i per set.
real estate about in an automobile. Sentinel.
H. H. Grenold, the gentleman
Miss Edua McDonald, of this who traded properties with W. A.
C. R. Callaway, of Cottage Grove,
Oregon, arrived here last week and city, who has been visiting in Port­ Goodman, having come in poses-
is taking a look at the county with land the past two months, returned sion o f the house-moving outfit, will
Inst week,accompanied by her aunt, continue that business.
a view to finding a location.
Anyone
Mrs. Luckey, who will visit her having a building to move will do
Thoroughbred Brown and White
sisters, Mrs. McDonald and Mrs. J. well to call on that gentleman.
Leghorns and White Plymotb
Cockrels for sale, $1,00 each.
J. T. Nosier.
F ob S ale — First class restaurant
C. Watson, Coquille, Oregon.
Tczier’s
Celebrated
Logger with fine business on reasonable
Joe Windle was up from Lampa Shoes have won popularity with the terms, also new piano. Write or
woods boys. E. L. Tozier maker, call at tbis office.
on Thursday. He informs us that
Coquille.
.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hink, of
he, with his family, are preparing
H. K. Bullard, late of Nebraska, Winslow, Arizona, who have been
to make California an extended
who has been looking about for here for a week past, visiting the
visit.
some time for a location, arrived brothers of Mrs. Hink, I. N. De
Knowlton’s Drug Store has the
here last week and is taking in our Long, of Riverton and C. A. De
largest stock of all school supplies,
valley
He is highly pleased with Long, of this city, started home yes­
including books, tablets, pens,
the
appearence
of our section from terday via the steamer Fifield,
pencils, etc.
School books are
an agricultural point of view, and which came into Coos Bay Monday.
strictly at cost.
being a farmer, is able to judge.
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Cessna, who
If you intend seeding any ground
For sale or trade for Ranch. this fall it will pay you to call at
have beeu residing at Riverton for
Eight-room house and five lots,
several years past, left on the last large barn, henhouse and yard, Knowlton’s Drug Store and get
prices and examine quality of seed.
Fifield on their way to southern woodhouse, city water. For sale
G. C. Cox, of Port Orford, who
on
easy
terms.
E.
H.
Kern,
Co­
California.
They go for a change
had the misfortune to sustain a
quille, Oregon.
for Mrs. Cessna's health.
broken leg in a stage accident on
April 12th, while visiting at G. W.
Harry’s recently, fell on his crutches
and broke the limb over again.
He was taken to the Bay for treat­
ment, since which he is rapidly im­
proving.
He aud wife passed
through town Friday on their way
down the coast.
FRANK B. ANDERSON. Principal
OR J. D- KELLY
All who can should attend the big
Large congregations were pres­
carnival which opens tomorrow at
ent
at both of the services held by
Bandon. A grand time is assured
to all who take this entertainment Bishop Scadding at St. James’
In
both sex, for sale by I. C. Watson in. It will extend over Thursday, Episcopal church on Sunday.
the
morning
a
baptismal
service
E. Arnison, of the Myrtle Point Friday and Saturday.
was followed by a fine discourse,
section, received a nice engine and
The order of Owls of Coos coun­
and in the evening the Bishop con­
boiler for bis mill Monday.
ty held their annual picnic at tbis
firmed a class of five and delivered
An excursion
E J. Michael, of Myrtle Point, city last Sunday.
a most able and impressive sermon,
wag in town Saturday with a load of came from the Bay and boats from
giving each one of his hearers much
Bandon, bringing large crowds, in­
vegetables, fruit, melons, etc.
food for thought.
The ladies of
Sam Stout, who has been looking cluding full brass bands from each the Episcopal Guild gave a recep­
Through a misunderstand­
about considerably of late, seeking place.
tion on Saturday evening at the
a location, has returned to Coos, ing there was a bitch in the man­ residence of Mr. L. H. Hazard, that
agement in regard to the entertain­
fully satisfied to remain.
Bishop Scadding might have an op­
ment, an admittance fee being ask­
J. M. Riley, a former resident of
portunity of meeting the people of
ed to the fat men’s ball game, but
tbis county, who has spent the past
this mission. On Monday morning
this was soon stopped.
The pic-
twoyears at Yuma, Arizona, return­
the Bishop, accompanied by Mrs.
nicers brought their baskets and
ed last week and is looking about
Scadding and the ltev. Mr. Hors­
enjoyed their luncheons in a grove
for a location.
fall, proceeded to Gardiner to hold
Dear town.
services in the new mission there.
Wm. Cox, of Port Orford, has
Fred Kruse, of Marshfield, was Bishop and Mrs. Scadding will re­
been visiting bis daughter, Mrs. J.
W . Leneve, of tbis city, the past severely injured last Saturday by turn to Portiand by the first of
the locom otheon the Smith-Powers October.
few days. Mr. Cox is thinking of
Isthmus road running over him.
moving to this city for residence.
Wehave both new and second
The engine was moving slowly hand in the following lines, dressers,
Buy yuur school supplies at
Knowlton’s Drug Store. The very when he stepped off and attempted commodes, iron and wood beds, bed
to pass in front of the train, but springs, mattresses, floor matting,
best values in tablets.
his foot missed the ties and went ¡sewing machines, in fact almost
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Marshall, of
the trestle. The engineer I everything needed for the house or
through
Bandon. made our office a pleasant
, , .
i camp. Come and look through,
had
turned
'
| you will be surprised at the great
call while in town Wednesday of
last week.
They had with them Mr. Kruse could extricate himself VB,iety of articles to be found in
their new baby girl, of which they the locomotive passed over him. our store. O. M. Goodman A Co
The space between the eegine aud ,
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n....
arc justly proud.
the ties was but six inches, an d! __________________________________
Now is the time to have your
while be was considerably bruised
windows and doors re screened.
Quick & Curry has the galvanized will no doubt recover rapidly.
screening.
Our public schools opened Mon­
H. H. GRENOLD, Prop.
Mrs. George Barklow, of Myrtle day with a corps of eleven instruc-J
Poiot, who had been visiting her tors and good attendance of pupils. | Successor to W. A. Goodman
for a dairy farm to rent.
ANDERSON’S
Grandma Leneve visited her old
friends, Mr. and Mrs. Danil Grow,
of Coaledo, several days lately.
Orvil Dodge came down from
Myrtle Point Monday and spent the
night with his daughter, Mrs. Capt,
Willard, and family.
-
-
Oregon
The teachers are, Prof. H. O. An-J Coquille,
derson, superintendent; Cecil K. j
Lyons and Lula M. Porter will be j Is prepared to do all kiuds of
in charge of the high school de- j House Moving on short notice.
partment, consisting of the ninth, j
Jack Screws for Rent.
tenth, eleventh and twelfth grades, !
Miss Helene Hughes, eighth grade; Charges R e a s o n a b l e .
Miss E. May Beaver, seventh grade;
Miss ReDa Anderson, sixth grade;
Miss Eva May Howe, fifth grade; M. E. WHITMORE. E. F. MOKRISSY
MisBLilliaDC.Ullmann,fourth grade;
Coos Bay Paving and Con­
Miss Carrie M. Shaw, third grade; I
struction Company.
Miss Clare G. Partridge, second
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
grade and Miss Lottie M. Kelly,
first grade. It has been found nec­ Plans and
Estimates Given
essary to secure rooms for the two
grades laBt named outside of th e{ ' Concrete Bricks Stone and Timber.
Contractor.
public school building, and the
Phone
151-J
board has secured rooms in the
Offices 117 Front Street, Marshfield Ore.
Academy.
Roberts,
Look Over Our Line and be Among the Satisfied
O .W I L S O N & C O
The Store of Big Values and
Little
Coquille,
Prices
Oregon
As to Reliability
of Quality
A
L L the thought, time and care
spent upon the prescribing
and the
dispensing of
your
prescription is wasted unless the
very
Johnson &
foundation, the
used in it,
ingredients
are correct and de­
pendable in quality.
Rand Shoe
There is no other drug house that
w e know of that goes to more
trouble and pains in selecting the
best goods and in
trying to find
fault with its own goods than does
this drug store.
W e prefer that no fault be left for
H a v e y o u seen a n y in t o w n ? T h e y
our customers to find.
are th e S ta rs B ra n d
mical test is made to find that the
an d
Every practical, physical and che­
y o u get
th e m a t
goods in this store are in right con­
dition.
These are our claims for absolute
LYONS &
JONES.
C a ll a n d see o u r n e w
sto ck .
reliability.
Fuhrmans Pharmacy
PHONE NO. 213
The
S h oes and P rices are su re to p lea se
you.
W e
a lso
carry
G ro cerie s,
D r y G ood s, F lo u r a n d F eed .
...F R E E
D E L I V E R Y ...
Call and See Us
Hear the Music.
Coquille, Oregon
and
Aretino
Talking
Machine
FREE with $25.00 cash trade
and a cash payment of $2.50
on delivery of machine. One
10-inch record FREE with
$10.00 in cash trado. One 10.
inch record FREE with $5.00
iD cash trade every Saturday.
Remember the Aretino record
fits all kinds of disc talking
machines.
P. E. Drane
2d St - Coquille
DEALER IN
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