Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, November 03, 1909, Image 3

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Geo. Lorenz, of Bandon, was iu
J. S. Lyons went to Marshfield
a . B. Daly came over from tt]e
Coquille Monday.
Monday.
bay Monday.
Full suits for men at Robinson's. 1 D. W. Baker was in from Lee
Those men’s suits at Robiusou’s
Chas. Bansch was a Coquille visi
are tbe latest fall styles.
J. W. Bell, of Norway, was i n . yesterday.
tor from Coaledo Monday.
Coquille Friday.
Vane
vane Garten
uarten arrived
arriveu irom
from a trip
New Goods, New Goods at Hob-
Rubbers, Rubbers, Rubbers, ¡ o r
to
Eugene
yesterday.
Three caus of Our Choice Toma- iusou's.
everybody at Robinson’s.
tots for 25 c, at Hose’s Cash Store.
New line o f Warner’s Rust Proof
K. E. Hampton was down Irom
A, J. Radabaugb, of Norway, bad
LOCAL N E W S .
R. M. Hayter was down from
Arago Friday. He is thinking of
taking a trip to the springs for the
benefit of his health, being troubled
with rheumatism.
Come in and See What
Robinson’s new line of ladie’s tail­
ored suits are here.
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Ratliff Lawhorn who suffered a
Corsets just in at Robinson's store.
D. C. Krautz was down irom Arago Monday.
business in town yesterday.
partial
stroke of paralysis some j
Arago ou Saturday.
C. I. Green, of Lampa, had busi­
Saws gummed, filed and set at
Call at Robinson’s and see the
weeks
ago
is improving.
When (
Quick
&
Curry's
shop.
ness which called him to Coquille
C. A. Peterson, of Riverton, was
| loug wool capes for ladies’,
first attacked both limbs were im -;
Monday.
in Coquille Saturday.
County Commissioners' court is
A. Davis, of Bandon, is up attend
moble, but he is gaining the use ot
John Williams, of Prosper, was in session today.
New trunks aud suit cases, all
! business matters before the county
the left, and his many friends sin­
in Coquille Saturday.
sizes and kinds, at Rose’s Cash Store.
Donald Charleston was up from court.
cerely hope that he may soon over-!
Mrs. E. W. Fahy, of Bullards, come his affliction.
Ladies, you can buy a Reduce— U Bandon Monday.
Robert Maddox who was injured
returned Monday from a visit at
Corset at Hose's Cash Store.
Full Btock of grass seed at at Cody’s camp some weeks ago,
You will be Surprised to see the Enormour Values
Thoroughbred Berkshire pigs, j
Knowlton's Drug Store.
North Bend.
both sex, for sale by J. C. Watson
improving nicely.
Dr. Eudicott, the dentist, return­
we are giving
For a nice fresh steak phone No.
Hay, grain, flour and groceries
ed Thursday from a trip to Port­
Gents', Ladies’ and Children’s
Mrs. Bert McCloskey passed 't
2 1 . Slagle Bros.
always on hand at Lyons A Jones. through to the bay by Thursday's I
coat sweaters at Robinson’s.
land.
Don’t
miss
seeiug
those
swell
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clinton re­ train Qn her way to their home ou 1
Steve and Ed Gallier, the Ban­
Lyons A Jones for shoes. Boy’s
don hotel men, were Coquille busi turned from a few days’ visit at the the ranch in Lake county. Mr. and
H igh tops $3.00 and $¡¡.50 per pair. comforts at Lyous A Jones.
bay on Monday.
Mrs. McCloskey had been out to
J. G. Leveue, of Baudon, came ness visitors yesterday.
L. A. La whom was iu from the
Call up Lyons A Jones by phone Norway and Myrtle Point visiting
Children’s bats and caps in large
farm near McKinley the last of the up Monday and paid his mother a
variety and style at O. Wilson A and get youreorder filled promptly. for a week or more.
Mr. McClos­
short visit.
week.
Co’s.
key
returned
horseback.
Fine stock o f yarn just in at
G. H. Guerin, the Myrtle Point
Miss Waldvogle, one of the upper
Dave Drew was up from the Two hotel man, greeted many friends
Avoid the annoyance of preparing
river tenchors, was in Coquille Sat­ Robiuson’s.
Sunday dinner by going to tbe
Mile homestead yesterday and re while in Coquille on Monday.
urday.
It. O. Helm and family, late ar­
Baxter.
ported big crops on the new place.
Registered Berkshire pigs for
New and up-to-date suits for boys rivals from Michigan, are now liv­
Mrs. Chaa. Zevely was over from
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! For big, sale— both sex. J. C- Watson, Co­
ing in town.
uud little lots ut Robinson's.
Empire
Friday making prepara­
quille.
little, old and young, at Rose’s Cash
Mat tin liundlemau, of I'arkeis- I See the Heavy Flannel Shirts at
Eugene O’Connell, a prominent tions to move their household goods
Store.
burg, ha.l busiutss in Coquille Sat­ Lyons A Jones, just the thing for
Attorney Geo. P. Topping was business man of Marshfield, was in to that place. Mr. Zevely is teach­
winter.
urday .
ing in that district and they will re­
up from Bandon yesterday attend Coquille between trains Monday.
Telephone for meat to he deliver­
Harry Finn di rs, the teamster
side
in Empire for some time. Be
Get your shoes at Lyons A Jones,
ing to business at the county seat.
will fill orders for House coal.
ed at any time from Slagle Bros,
fore returning Mis. Zevely paid a
there
stock
is
new
and
up-to-date
Make your washing easy by ua
John llamblock, of Parkersburg, Phone No, 2 1 .
visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. P. L. Phelan, of Myrtle
ing Washing Tablets at Drane’s
was n business visitor to this city on
L. E. Brown, the Myrtle Point
J. L. Briggs, near Riverton.
Point, went to Marshfield Monday
store.
Thursday.
merchant, was a passenger to the
Those wash suits are just the
to see her father, John Nasburg.
Ray
Hains,
of
Myrtle
Point,
went
For a good smoke try the El bay on Monday.
thing for you to buy at O. Wilson
Have you looked through that A Co’s.
,
Just arrived, gents’ , ladies’ and to Marshfield ou Mondav to get
Toro, at the Oregouian.
children’s wool underwear at Rob­ some sweet goods for his confection­ stock ot ladies’ tailored suits at
Verner Barker was in from Fair-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunt, of
Robinson’s?
ery.
iuson’s.
view Saturday, taking out winter
Bnudou, were in Coquille Thursday
Dr. and Mrs. Endicott, of Myrtle supplies. He informs us the road
For Trade.— A good span of
Attorney C. F. McKnight, ol
between boats.
Marshfield, had business at the horses for milch cows. Pacific Real Point, were the guests of 8 . J. is getting quite muddy, but is not
Estate Co.
J. A. Ham block, of Bullards, had county seat Monday.
Lyons and family in this city Sun­ yet impassable.
Some trees have
business which called him to Co­
For
Sale—
The
well-known
regis
day.
T. B. Wheeler, ot Bandon, was
fallen across the road, but we under­
quille Thursday.
Did you get a pair of those high- stand they have been n moved. Mr.
in town yesterday, »ml offended tered stallion, “ Bruce Wilkes.’
Will take cattle or sheep in part top shoes at Lyons A Jones? All Barker came in over the new road,
Ladies’ Coats, Capesaud Sweaters his visit to My rtle Point.
payment. Z. C. Strang, Gravel sizes for little folks.
at Robinson’s store.
which, when finished up iu good
Come in and visit our Racket and Toy De-
Secure a footing on the road to
A fine carload of beef cattle went success by depositing your savings Ford.
K. nolverson has opened a Tailor shape, will be a great improvement
partment.
C. M. Goodman A Co., dealers Shop one door west of the Sentinel over the old.
from Myrtle Point to the Bay by iu the Farmer’s A Merchant's Bank,
in new aud second band goods. office. He doea all kinds of tailor­
Thursday’s train.
Just arrived, new suits for fall,
Phone deliveries made promptly Phone No. 364.
ing. All work guaranteed.
in all tbe latest patterns and styles at
Thomas Deveieux, of near Park­
from the new meat market of Sla­
Mrs. Edward Boyd and daughter,
For Sale.— A good, young saddle Robinson’s.
ersburg, was a business visitor in
gle Bros. Phone No. 2 r.
Miss
Esther, started Monday on mare, also young work horse.
this city on Suturday.
Allred Johnson returned Thurs­
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kelly, of a trip to Ogden, Salt Lake and Frank Burkholder, Coquille, Oreg. day from Roseburg, bringing in
Don’t forget that the Margaret this city, returned Monday from a other points in Utah. They will be
Mrs. J. L. Offield came in from his brother, E. E. Johnson, and
lies Co. is due here about the 18th.
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Elwood, of joined by Mr. Boyd.
tbe farm, near (his city, the last of wife, who had been absent for
\ R. Updike, a late arrival from Riverton.
O. Wilson A Co. have just re the week, and is the guest of her several weeks. They bad been in
Grocery and Racket Department—Front Street
Michigan, moved with his family
For Sale.— A gray mare. Guar­ ceived a full and complete line of mother, Mrs. Matt Goodman.
Portland, but spent most o f the
into a house on Spurgeon Hill lately. anteed.
childrens’
bats
and
caps.
Apply to Thos. Ashton,
Begin now to provide for a “ rainy time at Oakland, California, where
near Lampa Creek, Coquille River.
The steamer Elizabeth was in at day,’’ by placing your earnings in Mrs. Johnson underwent a severe
W. Van Decar, o f Myrtle Point,
When you are in a hurry for din­ Bandon and on Monday large
shook hands with friends in this
the Farmer's and Merchant’s Bank. operation, for appendicitis and
city Wednesday as be was on his ner aud want a nice tender steak quantities of freight werb brought
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Collier floating kidney. She is improving
that will cook quickly, phone No up for onr merchants by the Dis­
way to Bandon.
moved up from the farm four miles rapidly and her many friends hope
21 . Slagle Bros.
patch.
Tbe Elizabeth sailed yes­
J. A. Peart, the strawberry man,
below town last week, and are now to see her in perfect health in a short
Now is the time to have your terday.
has plants for sale— $5 per thous­
occupying their home in this place. time.
windows and doors rescreened.
and.
Parties wishing coal from the
Quick A Curry has the galvanized
W. C. Laird, the House Furnish­
The mill is running— place your
C. T. Cessna was up from River­ screening.
Rouse mine will apply to Harry
orders for wood at the mill office or er, has just received a full and com­
ton Saturday. He informs us that
plete line of wall paper.
W. U. Dougins was over from Flanders.
with J. B. Pointer.
1 is little son, whom Mrs. Cessna took Marshfield the first of the w.ek,
The board of equalization will be
C. B. Zeek, of Bandon, passed
Jas. D. Clinton went to Bandon
to California for bis health, is much looking altar the interests of llie in stssion again Monday, on which
through town one day last week on
^R O B A B L Y there is no class of mer­
Monday,
again
taking
a
lot
of
his
improved.
lelepbone company.
He also vis­ date complaints from Marshfield will
his way to the Umpqua and Rogue
fine “ King of Thompkins County”
chandise on which you must depend
There will be a mask ball given ited Bandon 'vhile on this side.
be beard, and tbe day following
River valleys. He informs us that
apples. This time be took 150
at Sumner ou the evening of Satur­
so much on the integrity and busi­
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McDaniel, those from tbe Coquille people will boxes, packed carefully, each apple he is making rapid progress in pro­
day, November 6 th. All who dance former residents of this city, who be given attention.
curing a list of names for a member­
ness honor of a store as when buying
being wrapped in a separate paper.
should make a note of this. A good have siuce resided at the bay and
Get your table legs turned at The boxes bore the beautiful label ship for a Camp of Sous of Veterans,
Drug Store Goods.
Few of us have the
time is assured.
Mr. Zeek
for a time at Roseburg, came in Qujck A Curry’s. They have some ot the Coos County Fruit Growers’ U. S. A., at this place.
opportunity
to
become
competent judges
patterns
already
out.
Hard
wood,
organized a camp at Bandon re­
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Kribs, of from the latter place by Sunday
Association. Mr. Clinton deserves
$ 1 per set.
of
the
real
value
of
the
majority
of things
cently,
a
report
of
which
will
be
Lakeside, are out visiting relatives morning’s stage, proceeding to
a good price for his apples, and will
E. C. Gay, who has resided on the
found in another column in this
sold
in
a
Drug
Store
and
misrepresenta­
and friends at Myitle Point and Marshfield by train.
doubtless get it, as this is one ot
Everyone eligible to mem­
Arago. Probably this will be the
Ladies— When looking for toe Frederick place down the river the the favorite varieties and a very paper.
tion is easy, and, alas— not infrequent.
bership should see that Mr. Zeek
last time they will come out until rubbers call on Lyons A Jones, they past year, has three good horses, a choice fruit.
Here you buy with a comforting assur­
spring wagon and harness and also
has all the help necessary to bring
alter the winter storms are over.
can fit you.
When you go along the street,
ance that the goods are just what the
a good 6 bp. gasoline engine for
about the organization as soon as
notice the people who are smiling. possible.
label says.
W e do business on strictly
sale. Good bargains are offered.
They are Billy Scbroedcr’s custom­
business principles which will certainly
F or S a l e — First class restaurant ers. Why? Get that happy look
with fine business on reasonable
appeal to you.
— now.
terms, also new piano. Write or
P.
H.
M.
Smith,
of
Tillamook,
call at this office.
was a Coquille visitor one day last
The Ladie’a Home Mission So­
We have a few broken lots—that is several lines o f suits o f which
week. Mr. 8 mith is an Oregon pi­
ciety of tbe M. E. Church, South,
we have sold all but a few sizes.
In order to “ clean up” our stock
oneer, and was in Coos county in
will open a bazaar in tbik city next
we will offer these suits—VALU ES from $12.00 to $16.00 at $9.85.
1869, during which season he work­
Wednesday, November 10 th.
A
Blue Serges, Blacks, aB well as several li nes o f fancy suits are
ed on the farm of Wm. Perry at
included in this line.
liberal patronage will be highly ap­
Norway. In ’73 be returned, living
preciated. Posters will be out soon.
on
Coos bay for some time after a
These suits are from
I f you contemplate papering
sojourn in other parts of the state
your house or any portion of it, see
our regular stoch, and
Call and See Us a n d
He
the fine line of wall paper at W. C. during the intervening years.
represent the NEWEST
Hear the Music.
is highly pleased with the prog­
Laild’s
STYLES of the BEST NEW
H. A. Moody and family who re­ ress we are making, and may some
YORK MAKERS.
See Our Window Display
cently arrived here from Wiscon- time interest himself here and be­ W e have received a ship­
AretiDO
Talking
Machine
ment of nice fresh Cranber­
sin are moving into the residence come one of us.
FREE with $•25.00 cash trade
Don’t kick about hard tiroes; come ries, and are selling them
of 8 . J. Miller in the north part of
and a cash payment of $2 50
town. Mr. Moody is a thorough in and get a good watch or a dia­ for
on delivery of machine. One
sawmill man, having had twenty mond. Look prosperous and you
10 inch record FREE with
15c per lb, 2 lbs for 25c
years’ experience in the east.
will be prosperous. Billy Sehroe-
$10.00 in cash trade. One 10.
Registered Durock Jersey pigs, der.
inch record FREE with $5.00
the kind that fatten on clover, for
The barn of Rev. W. B. Smith on
in cash trade every Saturday.
sale by J. D. Carl, Myrtle Point, Fishtrap burned from some un­
Remember the Aretino record
Or. Phone 101.
known cause on Monday.
There The Store o f Big Values
fits
all kinds of disc talking
and Little Prices.
J. B. Davia come down from tbe was a large amount of hay, pota­
machines.
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The old gentlemaa is looking and which was destroyed. A horse and
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fee'ing fine, but still carries bis arm buggy and some articles were re- CALL ON
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; in a sling as a result of a fall h 6 got moved by the person first arriving
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L. COCHRAN. Proprietor
\j/ some weeks ago while doing some at the scene.
Tlure was some
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DEALER IN
Nj/ | carpentering about the place, when bailed straw in the barn which was
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inspect
the
largest
n |^ he sustained a fractured collar bone. put up damp, and it is thought pos­
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and most handsome
L ,a d ie a ’
ond
G e n ts'
F u r n is h in g s ,
Hot and Cold Baths, Hair Cutting and Massag­ ^ ■ Mr. and Mrs. Z. Gregory were in sible that spontaneous combustion
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line
of
Gents’
Furnish­
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^ town yesterday. They informed us was the cause of the fire.
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ing
Goods
in
the
City.
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^ that a recent letter from his son
YOU Will have to hurry if you
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One of the Most Up-to-Date Shops in the City ^ , Leon conveyed the sad news of the want that elegant gold watch for
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^ death of his nine-year old son. No Xmas. Several of my customers The Newest and most
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handsome thing in the
Q p g O T Q M ^ cause of death was given, but that have pretty good chances now.
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City in
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^ t'l® little fellow had been taken Come in «od S' see me.
Billy
BOOTS
AND
SHOES
Schroeder
» "» y » » « e n iy .
Will Buy
and
You Can Get Unheard of Values
You
Are
Welcome
O . W IL S O N & C O .
A Talk on Drug Store
Purchases.
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SPECIAL
Alterations
$
9.85
~ SUITS
Free
Cash Only
I HUB CLOTHING L SHOE CO.
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What’s Better
Than
Cranberry
Sauce?
F u h r m e n ’s P h a r m a c y
0. WILSON & CO
THE O. K. BARBERSHOP
D. L. Perkins
P. E. Drane
Coquille,
’
an Ad in the tjearld
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5c
10c
15c
20c
'k
For