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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1909)
LO C A L NEWS.
Fall suits for iuen at itobiusou’s.
Harry Flanders, the teamster
Twenty pur cent off on dishes at
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fill orders for Rouse oosl.
Attorney J. J. Stanley bad busi
New silks just in at The White
Masque ball at the Heazlet New
ness which called him down the | Nelson Jones was up from
| Year’s Eve.
This is the shortest day of the
Nuts—-Almonda, Walnuts, Fil-
Hemstitched and piece linens at
Go to Skeels & Son’s for your
j berts and Brazil, at Robinson’s.
The White House-
Remember the Fireman’s Ball at
New line of boys overcoats at
Mrs. Chas. Ashton, oi Bandon,
A. L. Neely, of Klvbrton, wag
the Heazlet Christmas Eve.
in our city Monday to have a band was in Coquille yesterday.
Hand painted china going at just
Geo. O. Pope was down from dressed, which he had out severely
Snow Drift flour is the best. Sold
half price at E. C. Barker A Co’s.
■ with an ax.
by Skeels A Son.
A. H. Stutsman, the real estate
Hkeels A Son buy shoes for wear
Have you any jewels?
Chas. Evland returned yesterday
man, came over from Marshfield
and not for looks.
j Schroeder has jewel boxes to put from an extended trip outside.
Frank Flam was up from th e1 them in.
Saws gummed, filed and net at yesterday.
Get your shoes at Lyons A Jones
A Curry’s shop.
lower river on Friday.
The late King Leopold, of Belgi-
slock, is new and up-to-date,
G G. Borgard, of Lumpa, had
Imported handkerchiefs tor fancy um, whose death occurred last week,
Fireman’s souvenir badges which
work at Robinson’s.
left a private fortune estimated to business in Coquille yesterday.
Look at the new line of black admits you to their ball on sale at
W. F. Keller was down from be worth fifty million dollars.
Fishtrap on Thursday.
See the Heavy Flannel Shirts at undershirts at Robinson’s.
Call up Lyons & Jones by phone
G. G. Borgarn was up to town
For a nice fresh steak phone No. Lyons A Jones, just the thing for
get your order filled promptly.
2i. Slagle Bros.
yesterday from the lower river.
On Fiahtrap, December
Chris Long, of Bandon, was a
Dr. J. D. Kelly was up from
That’s what they all say, ‘‘Sla 20 , 1909 , to Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Coquille visitor on Monday,
Bandon Monday morning looking gle Bros, for choice meats.”
Pauli, a son.
A new lino of fancy groceries just after the remainder of hit house
Miss Connie Robinson, eldest
The cold weather is here. Uob-
hold effects to be moved to Bandon. daughter of E. H. Robinson, ar
in at Skeels A Son’s.
iuson’s Store has a fine line of gents’,
Full stock of the^ celebrated rived from Portland Monday by the ladies’ and children’s wool under
Mrs. Mary Hmith, of Bandon,
Waterman’s Ideal Fountain Pens at Alliance.
visited in town on Saturday.
Mrs. L. J. Cody, of Bandon, was
Hand Painted chamber sets.
Get one of those new neckties for
L. N. Gregory is making himself Best to be bad at the Racket.
up to town the first of the week
men, at Robinson’s Store.
Hay, grain, flour and groceries busy repairing fences, etc,, down
Miss M. M. Pressey, of Bandon, visiting friends.
always on hand at Lyons A Jones. on the farm. He expects to start returned home Monday after a vis
Born.— In Coquille, Oregon, De
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Welch, of on his return to Albany in a short it of several days in this city with cember 21 , 1909 , to Mr. and Mrs.
Cribbios, a daughter.
her friend, Mrs. Brown.
Larapa, were in town shopping yes
Jardiners, Flower Pots, Vases,
When looking for a new suit,
New elastic belts with jet trim
Lamps, Crocks. Anything you are mings at Robinson's Store.
or anything in gent’s furnish
Fine papetries, portfolios, jewel
cases, etc., at Knowlton’s Drug in need of, call at the Racket,
Mr. and Mrs. McKinuis, of Ban- ings, remember Robinson’s is the
Cbas. Bausch, of Beaver Hill, don, returned Saturday from an place.
Born.— In Elgin, Illinois, De
Mrs. S. C. Endicott, of Myrtle paid our office a pleasant call last extended visit with friends o f Mis
Point, visited in town on Tuesday Saturday. He informed us that he sissippi valley states They reDort cember 9 , 1909 , to Mr. and Mrs.
Gus Schroeder, a son.
expected to start for Portland in
having bad a very nice time.
Anyone wearing one of the Fire
I am in the market tor all kinds
Did you get a pair of those high-
For Rent— Small place near town top shoes at Lyons A Jones? All man's souvenir badges will be ad
G eo . T. M oulton .
— 3 acres bottom cleared. Inquire sizes for little folks.
mitted to their ball free.
C. Timmons, of Bandon, had busi of Harvey Tyrrell, Coquille.
Ladies, if you have not bought
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Kern, of this
ness which called him to the Bay
The steamers Elizabeth and Fi- city, returned Monday trom a trip your tailored suit for winter, re
field arrived in the Coquille Sunday, east, Mr, Kern had business with member Robinson’s Store is the place
J. A. Peart, the strawberry man, and large quantities of freight have
the transfer of property, and Mrs. to get them.
has plants for sale —$5 per thous
been brought up from Bandon by Kern went to visit relatives and
L. C. Bargelt, of the Myrtle Point
Enterprise, was a passenger to the
T. B. Wheeler, the Bandon teal
Secure a footing on the road to
Now is the time to buy hats at Bay by Monday’s train.
estate man, had business in Co- success by depositing your savings
White Hot.se, everything re
Don’t be too late in securing
quille on Saturday.
in the Farmer’s A Merchant's Bank.
your souvenir badge, which admits
Make your washiug easy by us
L. J. Simpson was elected Mayor
ing Washing Tablets at Drane’s
C. T. Nicholson, of Medford, who you to the Fireman's Ball.
North Bend at the recent election
has beeu here for several weeks as
The largest variety of ladies’ hand
held in that city. What was desig
Jack Mast, of Mckinley, made
sisting his daughter aod her hus bags ever shown in Coquille, ladies’
nated as the citizen's ticket was
band, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Slagle, purses and card cases, at Knowlton’s
our office a pleasant call while in
elected in full.
started on his return home last Drug Store.
town on Wednesday.
The shoes tor woodsmen; Tozier’s
He enjoyed his yisit
Lee Mast and Bud Ingram were
Anyone wishing fancy or plain — S. F. Shoes. The glows for wear Thursday.
in from the North Fork yesterday
sewing, call on Mrs. M. Nosier, next Logger Fear Gloves. E. L. Tozier. here very much.
door to the H kkald office
Robinson’s Store is going to close making Christmas purchases.
Married.— In Coquille, Oregon,
Mrs. M. T. Clinton is down from
Attend the Kendall recital to
out their line of ladies’ coats. Call
December 20 , 1909 , George AV.
and get prices.
night at the school bouse, and give
Fishtrap to see her sister, Mrs.
Fisher and Miss Adeline Welsh,
George McAdams, of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Smith, of the Educational League a boost.
both of Bandon, Judge E. G. D.
W hen you want the latest styles Holden officiating.
Grants Pass, who had been here for
One of those ladies’ tailored suits
in men’s clothing you can find them
about six weeks visiting their son- or long capes would be just the
Be sure and get one of the Fire
L. R. Woodward, of Arago, re
at Robinson’s store.
Handsome prizes will be given
in-law and daughter, Rev. C. H thing for a Christmas present.
New Y eir’s Eve at the masque ball turned Saturday from a trip north.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Faust, of men’s souvenir badges which will Cleaves and wile, started Saturday See them. Robinson’s Store.
He was as far as the Alberta
For real estate aDd insurance, in the Heazlet.
Coaledo, came to town by Satur admit you to their dance. Christmas on their return. They went by
day’s train to do some shopping.
Toys of all kinds at the Racket. country, with which he was very
way of the Drain route.
Indications are that the short
led, abstracts furnished and titles
G. A . Robinson will keep his much pleased in many respects.
All kinds of embroidery silk and
Logger courses for farmers and teachers
Shoes have won popularity with the
open evenings duriDg the He tells us that it is a great wheat
cotton threads, also cornation braid,
and stock country. Mr. Wood
Prof. R. W. Airey, of Gaston,
woods boys. E. L. Tozier makei, which will commence at the Ore just arrived lor The White House.
gon Agricultural College January
ward had his ears frozen enough to
Oregon, has been in Coos county
We can fit any boy with a new
County Surveyor Gould went to lately on business and visiting his
cause them to peal off while on the
S. Brewer, of Myrtle Point, and qth will be very well attended.
suit. Robinson's Store.
Everybody, men, women and South Slough early last week to many friends in the meantime.
M. Brewer, of Bandon, met at Co
A number of Coquille’s gunners
should wear one of the survey the grounds for the ap
All kinds of Diehee.
Clocks, Clocks, Clocks. Billy have gone to Arago to attend the
quille on Saturday for a short visit.
Firemens’ souvenirs on Friday, proaches for the bridge across that
the Finest Havaland China aDd
turkey shoot there today.
See those alligator purses at Bil Dec 24th, the day of tbeir annual stream, to take the place of the fer
Hand Painted China of the latest
can order anything you mav want if
ly Schroeder’s. They are ordered ball.
Don’t miss seeing those swell patterns to choose from ever
ry- He was accompanied by Lloyd be hasn’ t it now.
Brought to Coquille at the Racket.
Over eighty students have taken
specially for the holidays.
comforts at Lyons A Jones.
Spires, of Myrtle Point, as an assist
Married— At the M. E. Parson
Dean J. A. Boxell ot the Scboo,
Registered Durock Jersey pigs,
This office is turning out some
age, December 18, 1909, W. M.
of Commerce of the Oregon Agri.
the kind that fatten on clover, for oratorical conttsts at the Oregon
sale by J. D. Carl, Myrtle Point, Agricultural College, and many
ball which takes place in the cultural College has published a
Or. Phone 101 .
more will enter before the work is all seeded, 3 miles from Coquille com, Rev. E. C. Holladay officiat
bulletin on "Business Methods for
Heazlet New Year’s Eve.
for $12.50 per acre. Terms. J. W ing.
The H erald , with many
M. D. Sberrard, one of the ma completed.
,he P W ’ which is attracting wide-
friends extend congratulations.
Dull eyes made bright, by glasses Leneve.
chinists from the Smith mill at
Brotbers’ silver ware.
Also Sterl- sP'e“d attention and very favorable
Socialist reunion and basket din
Marshfield, was a Coquille visitor that ate right. Mrs. C. L. Bender,
If it is Christmas presents you are ing silver teaspoons, tablespoons comment fr6m practical farmers and
Optemetrist, at the Baxter, first ner will be held at Quick’s E x trying to select, go to Billie Schroe and other pieces at the Racket authorities on farm life. The bul
change Dec. 25, at 10 a. m. A der’s. He can interest you with Store.
letin presents in a clear and sim
Get your table legs turned at Thursday and Friday of each month.
his large stock.
John Berry, an old and honored ple manner systems of bookkeeping
Quick A Curry’s. They have some
Miss Eliza Ayre, of Marshfield, good program will be rendered. All
Union prayermeeting will be pioneer citizen of the South Fork
patterns already out.
Hard wood, was in town a day or so last week Socialists and their families are
held at the M. E. Church, South, passed away last week and wae and accounting which will enable
$1 per set.
in the interest of the Daily Capital
December 23. Mr. Hooton of the hurried at Myrtle Point Saturday. the farmer to keep a definite and
Mrs Chas. Peterson, of Riverton, Journal, published by Col. Hofer at a good time. By order of local Co
helpful record of his business. It
Christian church will lead. The
was in town on Wednesday shop Salem. She secured a number of quille.
I. Chandler was down from meets a long felt need in farm man
three churches will continue the
Before selecting your list of holi
ping and visiting. Our office re subscriptions while in town.
Gravel Ford yesterday. He re agement. The pamphlet will be
day presents look over the big ad union meetings (or a number of
ceived a pleasant call.
Why suffer with headaches? Oth of E. C. Barker A Co., the jeweler weeks, looking toward the hope of cently received the word that Noah I sent to any resident of the state
A word to the wise, take care o( ers have been relieved by wearing then go and seebis stock.
of a general union revival meeting. Chandler, a nephew, of Josephine I upon request.
your eyes Mrs. C. L. Bender. our ground to order glasses.
county, was very ill from pneu-1 Books! Books!! Books!!! Juvenile
Harvey Tyrrell, who was recently
Handsome assortment of mani
Opetmetrist. At the Baxter First C. L. Bender, Optemetrist. At the
monia and not expected to recover. I b?°,k*‘ children’s books, books for
shot by mistake by Geo. Tobin on cure sets, comb and brush sets, fine
girls and boys, latest and best sell-
Thursday and Friday of each Baxter, first Thursday and Fri
the lower river, went to Marshfield toilet sets for ladies and gentlemen,
On December 29 th a violin and ing books of fiction, fine gift books,
day ot each month.
vocal recital will be given by local a* B. 8. Knowlton’s.
Monday to consult a physician in at Knowlton’s Drug Store.
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Books for the Girls and Books for the Boys
The latest-and best selling books of fiction and the finest line of gift books
ever brought to Coquille.
Post Card Albums
We have in stock a great variety of Post Card Albums from 25 cents up. Also
a large assortment of Christmas and New Year cards.
We have on hand a great variety of mirrors in different styles, including Bon
net Mirrors, Triple Mirrors and Stand Mirrors. Also a handsome assortment
of Manicure Sets, Comb and Brush Sets, and a nice line of
Toilet Sets for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Largest variety of Ladies’ Hand Bags, Purses and Card Cases ever shown
in Coquille can be found here.
The Celebrated Waterman’s Ideal
1 Knowlton’s Drug Store J
This Is For You
For the next few days we will make
anyone purchasing a $4.50 pair of men’s
shoes, a present of a beautiful pocket knife.
Call in and see our line. Nothing bet
ter in town.
regard to bis wounds. It seems
Ned C. Kelly, of this city, secre
as though they are not getting tary of the
aloDg as well ae be would like to Camp, started for Montana on Fri
day. He goes to inquire into the
Postal-card albums in great va death of Miss Ella Pope, a member
riety, from 25 cents up.
Large of the camp, who died in that state
assortment of Christmas and New
last spring under circumstances
Year cards at Knowlton’s.
which seem to warrant an investi
A. B. Daly, of Marshfield, who gation.
looks after the needs of the loggers
Do you want your money invest
of this valley, came up from Ban ed safer than in a bank? Then buy
don Saturday after visiting his cus
one of those South Bend watches
tomers of the lower river, and pro from Billy Schroeder.
ceeded to the Bay by train Monday.
The new Armory at the Oregon
He reports things looking upward
Agricultural College is nearing
at the present time.
completion. It is the largest build
On New Years eve there will b
ing of its kind in the West. It is
a Grand Masque Ball at the Heaz-
i 3 o yards long and 60 yards wide.
Beautiful and costly prizes A. regular sized football field can
will be awarded on this occasion.
be laid out under its roof. It will
This is the time to come early and be a great boom to all kinds of
dance the old year out and the new
year in. Masks may be secured at j Santa Cleu*’ bead quarter^ at M.
Posters wjll he
| R. Rersev»’ R»ckef, (Star», Ron’j
vfittf eve op»» i«r tltetw: i fW fllt »b» p i* « .
talent at the Heazlet Theatre, for
the benefit of the Educational
League. All should attend.
Prof. F. B. Anderson, having
closed his business school in this
city, with his family took passage
on the Breakwater last week tn
route to Springfield, Missouri,
where he hsa excellent inducements
offered him in school work.
C. B. Haywood, of Portland, rep
resenting the American Type
Founders Co., of that city, was here
for several days last week setting
up a new printing press for the Co- i
quille Velley Sentinel. The press
is called the Stonemetz. The office
has been moved from the old Phar
macy building to the new Berry
building neer the Tuttle Hotel.
Foy Bale— The well-known regis
tered stallion, "Bruce Wilkes,’’ j
Will take catt|e or sheep ip part
V, f i t t i n g , f t r * v « l
Relatives of the late Mrs. Bigne,
who suicided by drowning hersell
in the ocean at Bandon, are offer
ing a reward ol $100 for the recov
ery of her body.
At tides of incorporation of the
Union Traction and Terminal Com
pany have been filed with County
Clerk Watson. This is the com
pany formed by J. M. Blake in or
der to carry out their pait of the
obligations taken upon themselves
in accepting the franchise granted
Mr. Blake by the city of Marshfield,
giving the privilege of constructing
street car lines in that city. The
same privilege will be obtained
from North Bend, and the two cities
are to be connected by a line. The
capital of the company is placed
at $too,ooo, and the incorporators
are J. M. Blake, G. W. Kaufman
and B. O. Graves. Mr. Blake states
that the lines will be constructed as
soon as possible after all rights and
privileges have been secured.
We have both new and second
band in the following lines, dressers,
commodes, iron and wood beds, bed
springs, mattresses, floor matting,
sewing machines, in fact almost
everything needed for the house or
camp. Come and look through,
you will be surprised at the great
variety of articles to be found in
our store. C. M. Goodman A Co
Less — Why?g
cash o n ly .
O P E N E V E R Y N IG H T U N T IL C H R IS T M A S
Offers the following suggestions in n
gifts for men, to those who are still in doubt.
SHIRTS HANDKERCHIEFS HOSIERY NECKWEAR
SWEATER COATS UMBRELLAS SUSPENDERS SUIT CASES ;<
OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT gives you BETTER ><
VALUES for the SAME PRICE or as good a shoe k
for LESS THAN ELSEWHERE. Let us prove it toK
Hub Clothing and Shoe Co,
f a » a » a $
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