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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1910)
Onion seta at Lyons k Jones
Wall paper at Laird’s.
Rev. C. D. Price w»s down from
“The Golden Rule. " -c. H. Cleaves. upper river a day or so last week. Bancroft
Dr. Wetmore came down from the New line of mens’ uecktiea just Look at the new wash suits for
Point by Monday morning’s train. in at Robinsou’s.
ladies at Robinson’s Store.
Look at the new luce curtains at Garden seeds at Knowlton’s William McKay, of Bandon was
a Coquille visitor on Monday.
Albert Sneed was up from the R. Pomeroy was up from Lampa That’s what they all say, “Sla
Bear cteek section on Monday.
gle Bros, for choice meats."
one day last week
The best onion sets at Knowlton’s Garden, grass and (lower seeds at Fred Noeler wag down from
Lyons k Jones.
Bridge a day or so iaat week.
M. D. Fales, of Bandon, was up Capt. O. P. Ellingsou, of Park Ladies' muslin underwear at The
to Coquille on busiuess Monday. ersburg, had business in Coquille Golden Rule.
Turban pads, switches and turban Thursday.
The Fifield sailed for San Fran
hair pine at Robinson’s.
Up-to-date line ot men’s and cisco last Wednesday.
Ex-Congressman Binger Her boys’ suits at Robinson's Store.
Full stock of garden, grass and
mann, of Roseburg, is recovering 8 . M. Rowan, of Bandon. was a field seed at Knowlton’s Drug Store.
from a severe spell of sickness.
Coquille visitor on Thursday of last Mr. and Mrs. Frank Snow went
to Myrtle Point by Saturday’s train.
Telephone for meat to be deliver week.
ed at any time from Slagle Bros. You can always find what you Rolled barley, shorts, bran, wheat
Phone No, at.
want in shoes at Robinson’s Store. and cracked com at Robinson's
For seed peas, Eatly Heburn and H. H. Brownson, of Bridge, had Store.
American Wander potatoes, call on business before the county court the George Mandigo, the North
BeDd merchant, was a Coquille
middle oflart week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Roberts, of White Spray Flour $1.70 per civck visitor on Thursday.
Myrtle Point, drove down to this at Lyons k Jones.
John Golden, of Marshfield, was
city Thursday and enjoyed some The schooner Advance sailed a Coquille business visitor yester
short ¡sits with friends here.
from Bandon, lumber laden, for day.
You will find early seed potatoes San Francisco on Thursday.
We have our new spring stock of shoes in. We have chosen the best of the
We are receiving new and fresh
at Drane’s store.
New line of Cluett shirts for
good ones and for style, fit and quality they are in a class by themselves.
There will be services at the St. spring. Robinson’s Store.
We have taken particular pains in buying our spring footwear, to get what
James F.piscopal church Sunday, James Richardson, of Parkers The steamer Elizabeth arrived in
morning and evening, by Arch burg, was a business visitor to Co the river on Friday with passengers
every careful and fastidious dresser must have:
quille on Thursday.
Ladies’ silk and kid gloves at The You can always find the latest Don’t Forget—we have tents on
hand for sale. C. M. Goodman k
in ladies' hair goods at The Golden Co.
Married.—At the home of G. F. Rule.
Novelties for the young Men and Women. Comfort and ease for the older ones
Dillon in Marshfield, Oregon, May Mrs. G. H. Sigsby, of Arago, J. N- Roberts, of Myrtle Point,
2nd, 1910, Mr. Jas. E Edwards and made our office a pleasant call while shook hands with Coquille Iriends
Tans, Patents, Gun Metal and Oxfords
Miss Emma A. Dillon, Rev. H. I. in town Thursday.
Before you buy see the curtain
Yes, Robinson’s Store has their goods
at The Golden Rule.
For Sale.—White Nile and early new spring suits for ladies.
peas at 3c per pound. Phone 8 x 7 . Married.—At the borne of Mrs. Attorney R. H. Smith, of this
S. J. Tuttle, Coquille, Oregon, May city, bad business which called him
Married.—In Coquille, Oregon, 4th, 1910, Mr. Arthur Jenkins and to Portland the last of the week.
May 1st, at the South Methodist Miss Beulah Walker, Rev. E. C. Boys, remember Robinson’s Store
parsonage, Mr. Lee Roberts and Holladay officiating
carries the Cluett Shirts.
Miss Myrtle Maddox, both of Co For Sale.—A good young team. Arrangements are being made for
quille, Rev. C. H. Cleaves officiating. Inquire at Toziers Harness shop. the Modern Woodmen of America
See E. N. Smith about those 10 - Miss Bessie Robinson is on her and Royal Neighbors to give a big
acre tracts close in to Bandon at way from Eureka, California, to show at the Scenic in the near
*4° and $50 per acre on easy terms. take her old place as seamstress in future.
William Candlin, the general the millinery and dressmaking Henry Lorenz has just received a
full line of Bergman shoes. Call
agent, went to Bandon Monday, parlors of Mrs. Berkholder.
and extended his trip down the Silks, Messalines, Pongees, at
Mrs. Masson, of Myrtle Point,
c last to interview his many cus The Golden Rule.
went to Bandon Monday to see
tomers down that way.
Choice onion sets at Knowlton’s H. G. Ploeger, the Myrtle Point
The result of the late census en Mrs, Pat Hanrahan and return her Drug
Another shipment of meDs’ spring umeration
merchant, had business which call R. S. KNOWLTON, President GEO. A. ROBINSON, V. Pres.
completed shows little boy who has been visiting in Charles
suits just in at Robinson’s Store. Portland to just
him to the Bay on Friday.
R. H. MAST, Cashier
have 220,000 inhabi Myrtle Point for a week.
Married.—At the M. E. Parson tants. These figures show that If you are looking for ribbon we down from their North Fork farms Ladiea’ muslin and knit under
wear at Robinson’s Store.
age in Marshfield, Oregon, May 3rd, our metropolis has more than have a new line. Come in. Rob 1 Thursday of last week.
Farmers ai)d Merchants
1910, Mr. Charles F. Lockwood and doubled in population in the past inson's Store.
Straw Hats, Straw Hats, Straw Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Mehl were
Miss Lennie Jenson, Rev- H. I. Rut ten years, the census of 1910 giving Mr. and Mrs. Cal Danielson, of Hats for big, little, old and young up from Prosper visiting relatives
and friends Saturday and Sunday.
Bandon, were in town Thursday. Robinson’s Store.
that city 90,426 persons.
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000
Mr. Danielson returned home while N. P. Peterson one of Myrtle Call and examine the full line cf
Share of Your Business Solicited
Mrs. D. went to Myrtle Point to Point’s prominent busiuess men, re Men’s and Children’s clothing—
First Class Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent
visit with her parents, Capt. and turned from a trip to the Bay last latest styles—at Henry Lorenz’s
Mrs. Panter and maDy friends.
Friday. He was accompanied by store.
Just received at Knowlton’s Mrs. Peterson.
^1 \yillard, of Prosper, who has
Drugstore, a lull and complete stock A large assortment of new ging- j been in faiiinS health for some time,
of garden seeds, the best that can hams just arrived at The Golden went to Myrtle Point Monday to
Rule, including Toile Du Nords enler the hospital of Dr. Wetmore
A great deal of interest was man and
that place. His case seems to be
ifested in the scenes in Africa given George E. Peoples, manager of at
serious one of lung trouble. Sails From Ainsworth Dock, Portland, Wednesday, May 4th
at the Dime on Saturday night, the O. K. Co-operative Creamery at
Spray Flour makes the
showing Ex-President Roosevelt in this city, informs us that that insti best and whitest
Sa il8 from Coos Bay Monday May 16th, at 5 p. m.
bread of any flour
that great country among the big tution has just closed the largest on the market. Lyons
k Jones sell
W. F. MILLER, Agent, Marshfield, Oregon
game, etc. The house was crowded run for the month of April it has it.
to its utmost capacity during each done for several years, and that re B. E. Shine, who recently re PAUL L. STERLING, AGENT. COQUILLE, PHONE NO. 18
ceipts of milk are increasing rapidly, turned from a visit with his family
Oro Marstsrs, of Myrtle Point, with the prospects good for this at Santa Barbara, California, spent
was a passenger to the Bay by yes creamery doing the biggest season’s a few days in town the last of the
business in its history.
Valuable Tiiqber Lands For Sale
week. Mr. Shine has a warm spot
An entertainment ia planned to Look! Cluett shirts are the ones in his heart for Coquille, and we
Cruised Four Million feet by a well known
wear, new and up-to-date line, would not he surprised if in time he
take place at the home of J. M. Nye to Robinson’s
cruiser, Two Million feet of which is
should become n permanent resident
next Saturday evening. The guests
Port Orford White Cedar. A'l located in
are to be pioneers of Coos county, Aasen Bros., the lumbermen, re ot our city.
who have lived here forty years or ceived a very large and powerful Call on Lyons k Jones Saturday
Coos County, Oregon.
more, and the entertainment will be donkey for logging by Friday's train. and get fresh vegetables for your
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS WRITE OR CALL ON
under the auspices of the Ladies’ This machine was purchased Sunday dinner.
through the agency of A. B. Daly,
Study Club of Coquille.
E . G . D . H O L D E N °ORCOof'
Marshfield, and was manufac Mrs. Chas Curtis, of Marshfield,
♦ 1 Tf
Mrs. Aiken has opened up her of
spent several days in Coquiile last
millinery store in the building for Steel Works of Portland. The en week securing signatures of voters
merly occupied by Dr. Endicott, gines are 10x15 and the boiler extra to an innitlative petition, asking
and will keep constantly on band large and it ia capable of pulling a that a vote be taken as to whether
a choice selection of all the latest very heavy load, having power lo or not the state shall appropriate
pull an inch and quitrler steel cable money toward the maintenance of
Capt. Robert Johnson, of the in two. A stump under 3J feet is the normal school at Monmouth
She had good success, securing
Bandon life saving crew, passed not in its wav at all.
There may be billions upon
through town Saturday in response One of the best lines o; trunks, nearly all to whom she
billions of germs about your
to a summons to appear at the Bay suit cases and telescopes that has tne petition.
With the first
and give testimony at the investi ever come to the town will be found Lost.—A black dog with dark
gation into the conduct of the Coos at the Second Hand Store on the brown spots over eyes and lighter
become active. It may take
Bay life saving crew at the time of
brown nose and feet, answeres to
but one germ to make some
the wreck of the Czarina, which is arrival of the next boat.
name of (Sailor, smooth hair. Lost
being conducted by Lieutenant The Decoration Day committee April 10 th between Marshfield and
member of your family dan
met M onday evening aDd made ar Bandon. Finder report to this
for a program. The office.
Boys if you want to earn some I rangements
procession will form at the Masonic
4 th of July money bring your cop
at 10 a. m., May, 30th, and
per, brass and rubber junk to the Hall
whila splitting kindling with which
¡Second Hand Store. We pay cash. the gravel. An invitation is given to start a fire at her home about five
tants and germicides known
The steamer Newport arrived at to all fraternal orders in the city to o’clock Saturday afternoon, made a
the Coquille dock last Saturday, be represented in the procession mialick with the ax which she was
We can advise you what
coming direct from Portland with a and all friends out side the city aie using, striking the index finger of
to use if you are in doubt.
fair cargo of freight She made the especially requested to assist in the her left band, inflicting such a severe
I round trip in a week, which is better procession. Ths program will be wound that it was necessary to am
putate the injured member. Ac.
time than was expected she would published oext week.
mske. On this occasion she will ex Insure in the Horticultural Fire cidents of this nature are very de
C O Q U IL L E ,
tend her trip to Eureka, California, Relief, ot Salem. Strictly mutual, plorable, and particularly iq B>is
case, as Mrs. Lyonf ia an sroqm-
carrying a bold load of coal and and save 40 to 50 per cent.
T W*i«p, Urquim Agf- plishJd pjaptjsf
qf ejltlf op (Jeefr
CPMfLRTi HOP»* FVRNWW!
LOCAL NEW S.
Complete stock of shoes
Style, Fit and Quality
It w ill be a pleasure to show
you our stock.
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tfi£ mur coujiîe m«d 4
mi. and m\S. new eoujyde:^
we know you thought aSout it a
long time Sefytie you did it^ <A ifi you
haven*t yet Sought HksL ¿ieense^ that
you ale wondeiinf whelfal o\ not two
ean live as eheajyly as one.
two times one w M eome e/oSe\ to
W . C. LAIRD
Portland and Coos Bay S. S. Line
DISINFECT AND BE SAFE