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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1910)
Wall paper at Laird’s.
Port Commission M eeting
Flour pots at Heresy's
There will be a meeting of busi
“ The Golden Rule,’’ —C. H . Cleaves.
Mrs. tieorge Querin, of Myrtle ness men in this city Friday night
Prof. Haroden, was up from Riv Point, returned from a visit at Bar* to further consider the Port Com
erton on Saturday.
don on Saturday.
mission proposition. All are urged 1
White Spray Flour $1 70 per sack Ladies keep the dust off. Get a ; to be presen‘t at tbe cily hall.
at Lyons & Jones,
duster at Robiuson’s store.
Orvil Dodge, of Myrtle Point, Born—At Arsgo, Oregon, May j Hair nets at Robiuson’s store.
shook hands with friends in Co 2D, 1910, to Mr. and Mrs. John Attend the Port meeting at the
quille on Saturday.
Lindebeck, a daughter.
eity ball Friday night.
New line of Cluett shirts for Remember The Golden Rule is I. Nordstrom, the dairyman, was
spring. Robinsou’s Store.
still headquarters for ladies hair up from tbe Parkersburg section on
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Evernden goods.
were passengers down the river by Mis. H. I. Reese, of North Bend, Saturday.
Quite a destructive five is burn
returned home Monday after a visit ing in the camps of Smith A Powers
Boys, remember Robinson’s Store with relatives and friends up the north of town.
carries the Cluett Shirts.
Rev. T. G. Bunch, of Marshfield,
Harvy Dunham went to Portland If going for a trip remember returned
home Friday from a visit
last week where he will again go Robinson’s store is the place to get to Myrtle Point.
into the railroad service.
a suit case or trunk.
The steamer Elizabeth sailed
Robinson's store lias just received Mrs R. M. Wieder, of Marshfield, from
Bandon for San Francisco on
some new Turban Hair Pins.
returned home Monday after a visit Monday morning.
Mrs. Frauds Thomsen, ot the with her daugiiter Mrs. Fred Tuttle,
Jars and caps at Her-
coast below Randon, visited friends of Bandon who accompanied,, her. seys Economy
in Coquillo on Saturday.
Do you know that fancy cord has
M. Nosier, the laundryman,
Barred Plymouth eggs $i oo per taken the place of neck rnching. had S. business
at Bandon on Wed
setting. J. Quick, Coquille.
Robinson’s store is the place to get nesday of last week.
Mrs W. R. Panter, of Myrtle it.
nice Dutch Collnrs, Ladies
Point, went to Bandon Saturday to George Moulton did not take the at Some
Rose’s cash Store.
visit Children and friends.
j Breakwater as we reported last week Tbe union prayermeeting will be
That’s wliat they all say, Sla- he would, but accompanied by his held at tbe Christian Church Wed-
gle Bros, for choice meats.”
sister, Mrs. S. M. Nosier, started desday evening of this week.
Mrs. J. W. Leneve, of thi city, | Saturday by Laird’s private stage. Look at the new line of ladies
went to Marshfield Saturday to Howard, the eight-year-old son belts at Robiuson’s Store.
visit friends nni relatives.
of Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Morras, of
and Mrs. E. Lewin, of Ban
Up-to-date line ot men’s and Bandon, was taken quite ill while don, Mr. returned
Thursday from a
boys’ suits at Robinson’s Store.
visiting with his parents at the visit with Coos Bay
Miss Agnes Tupper returned the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Walk
Henry Lorenz has just received a
last of the week from a visit with er, of this city.
full line of Bergman shoes. Call
her sister, Mrs. Kenneth Perkins For Sale.—One lot, neat home and
of down the coast below Bandon. of 4 rooms, woodshed and chicken Frank Burkholder of this city,
Fair Treatment and Prompt Deliveriesalwaysmadeby
We are receiving new nnd fresh house. Good location. Enquire at made a business trip to Bridge
last Monday, returneng yesterday.
gi-occrics by every boat. Robin H eiiald Office.
Miss Lucia Sperry, of this city,
On Thursday night the large ele started
for Roseburg Saturday « n
S J. Culver of Bandon, returned vated
water tank at the Cody mill route to Ashland, Oregon, where
Siturdav with Mrs. Culver from at Bandou
down with a crash. she expects to spend tbe summer
Myrtle Point where she had been A miss came
calculation had been with friends.
visiting and took sick from a severe made as to what would be required A new assortmen cf Ladies elas
a'tick of the grip.
to hold up the large amount of tic belts nnd hat pins at Boses’ cash
Memorial Day was duly observed water and the timbers gave way. Store.
by the people of Coquille and com When the tank came down from its Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Robison, of
munity. A large number of people heights striking in tbe water with Bandon, passed through yesterday
joined in the parade, beaded by the a terrible roar, some of the Baudon en route to Portland to take in the
band, marched tc both cemeterys, people thought that Haley’s comet Rose Carnival. They will visit
laden with beautiful flowers, and j had struck,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Denholm, parents
not a grave to be seen was neglect Yes, Robinson’s Store carries of the latter.
None nicer for summer wear than
Mrs Emma Lyons and daughter, Mrs. Cbas Skeels, of this city, percales Croxton cloth and Galatea
cloth at RoBt’s Cash Store.
For Gents furnishings try Robin Miss Vesta KiDg is viaitiDg her
Miss Josie, arrived here Wednesday
Monday from Eugene A. M. Snyder was in town Satur son’s
R. S. KNOWLTON, President GEO. A. ROBINSON, V. Pres.
afternoon from San Francisco. returned
where she had been to attend the day having returned from Portland. Mrs. Win. Rohm, of Riverton, aunt, Mrs. Art Johnson, of Bandon,
R. H. MAST, Cashier
They have been absent most a year, Grand
Lodge of the Odd Fellows He tells us that Mrs. Snyder, who was b Coquille visitor on Saturday. E. M. Peterson, of Riverton, ac
having made extended visits at Den- and rebekahs.
reports a large recently underwent an operation Look! Cluett shirts are the ones companied by his sister, Mrs. M.
v r, Co'orndo, and Pasadena, Ca i- and interesting She meeting
both for appendicitis in that city, is do to wear, new and up-to-date line, W. McCormick, went to Rosebnrg farmers
fornia. Their many frieuds are branches of the order, and ot a very
wcil pleased to see them home agair. interesting session. She enjoyed a ing nicely and he expects her home
land on business and pleasure.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whilesteln, They
will see Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
See E. N. Smith about those io - visit with her father, Rev. W. H. next Saturday.
acr.‘ tracts close in to Baudon at Nosier, of Eugene, and Mr. and Stock Sheep For Sale.—About here last week and are enjoying an Peterson, ofNewberg.
Your Business Solicited
$40 and $50 per acre on easy terms. Mrs. G H Bixter. of Creswell.
Rolled barley, shorts, bran, wheat
lambs tor sale. Inquire of C. A. outing as well as visit with the lat and cracked corn at Robinson’s
Boxes For Rent
ter’s cousin, Mrs C. O. Dryden, of Store.
Ed Johnson, of the Roy district, this For city.
A. and H. L. Varney, of this
jtiXtfe i t « yynaici Jayá youcwrú returned
Sale—J good work horses, city, \\\ have
last week from Iduho 1300 pounds
purchased the bosemov-
up. Enquire of ing outfit from
where he had gone to look at his Fred Lowery, and
H. H. Grinnold and
lain cuioiind in ouA M oit wiÂoudL claim
on Disher place
which he was lucky enough
added it to what H. L. Varney for
to draw at the Flathead Indian res Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Hammond merly owned, which places these
Mûwjfy JomjMinty you,
ervation drawing. He is highly took Saturday’s train for the Bay, gentlemen in a position to move
-rmd ai ward
and will go up Coos River for an anything that is loose at both ends. Sails From Ainsworth Dock, Portland, Monday, May 16, 2 p.m.
pleased with his claim.
and fishing trip. They were If your buildings are not properly
Ladies if we cannot fit you with
Sa ils from Coos Bay Tuesday May 31th, at 2 p. m.
a tailored suit from stock, wo will accompanied by Frank "Greenough, located or in need of new founda
take your measure and have one of Portland, who came to take the tion, just call on the Varney Broth W. F. MILLER,
Agent, Marshfield, Oregon
made to order. Robinson’s Store. trip with them.
ers nnd they will toon set things PAUL L. STERLING, AGENT. COQUILLE, PHONE NO. 18
Haley’s comet was very plain to Straw Hats, Straw Hats, Straw right for you.
the view of the Coquillers who Hats, for big, little, old and young White Spray Flour makes the
cared to look last Friday evening Robinson’s Store.
best and whitest bread of any flour
at ten o’clcck. The night before The steamer Newport arrived in on
tbe market. Lyons & Jones sell
Valuable Tinjber Lands For Sale
being cloudy we were prevented the river from Portland early Sun it.
and . discharged
her j Brady K. Burnett, of Washing-
from seeing it at the time it was to day morning
Cruised Four Million feet by a well known
c , . , .
_ C., representing
have been tbe brightest.
cruiser, Two Million feet of which is
to Riverton for coal. It be- Bureau,
,, ’ was
’ in * town several , days
Mrs. Aiken has opened up her came
Port Or ford White Cedar. A 'I located in
millinery store in the building for Coquille will be a failure until our last week taking statistics regard
Coos County, Oregon.
merly occupied by Dr. Endicott, river is dredged, which shows the ing manufacturing industries etc.,
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS WRITE OR CALL ON
and will keep constantly on band importance of voting the Port of which are collected separate and
a choice selection of all the latest Coquille.
apart from the enumeration of pop
W.T. Brady, of Gravel Ford was,
The steamer Myrtle last Sunday in Coqui'le Monday. He is prepar Burnett is an Affable gentleman to
whom it is a pleasure to talx, and
you w ill have houlle luAninÿ made an excursion from Myrtle ing for a trip to California with who
is thoroughly conversant with
Point to Bandon to take the ball Joe Clinton. They take their fatn-
he is doiDg.
abound in ou\ UoXe nithoul luyinf team down for a contest. The' iliea for a general outing for health
game proved to be a good one, the and recreation. They will go in a Tcziir’B Celebrated Logger
, and , «pert l to i be i absent
i . Shoes have won K popularity
team winning in a score of few
^ Toz' r with
leeause U ¿4 j u l l oj new^ jxeà^h Bandon
9 to 5 . It is pronounced to have abont a year. On this occasion Mr. woods boys.
There may be billions upon
a very good game and was at Brady discontinues the H ebald for Coquille.
t i n
juXnUuXe and \uÿ± job, been
billions of germs about your
tended by a large crowd.
a short time, the first since its first
With the first
Sut when you tubn berlain’s Salve. It will allay the the 0th day of September, 1882.
warm days of spring they’ll
almost instantly and quickly For Sale.—Some thoroughbred
become active. It may take
O P T E M E T R IS T
away without Suyinÿ what you want ^ pain
heal the injured parts. For sale Brown Leghorn hens, for price in At Dr. Richmond’s office tbe 24th
but one germ to make some
by R. 8 . Knowlton.
member of your family dan
leeause y o u ll find not only tasty William Page, of Bandon, was in Arago, Or., or phone Gx3.
forget the date
town Friday, being on his return Arthur Graveley who was arrest
juXnituXe and XuÿS lut you3I I jind
an extended visit to Klamath ed at Bandon last week for passing
Falls, Oregon. He reports that checks teken from the confection
all the most reliable disinfec
ouX hXiees Sueh as you eon ajjoïd as beiog an exceptionally lively ery of Miss Belloni, of this city,
place just now, the railroad and ir and whose endorsement had been
tants and germicides known
rigation system construclron that forged upon them, waived examin
is in progress giving a great stimu- ation before Judge Ilolden and now
We can advise you what
lous to business, while there is a occupies apartments in Hotel de
eoeXythUnf jut Ufa home.
to use if you are in doubt.
great Irosb of tourists and home- Gage He will appear before the
Delivered anywhere in
next grand jury to explain the town by the month or on
growing very rapidly.
manner in which lie became poses- special orders.
Fuhrm an s Pharm acy
Call and examine the full line cf sed of the checks.
Q U IL L E ,
Men’s and Children’s clothing— j Telephone for meat to be deliver* (jeorge Lorenz,
' latest styles—at Henry Lorenz's ed at any time from Slagle Bros
Phone No, » 1 .
COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHER
LOCAL NEW S.
1ST M l Ml
We have just received a large
shipment of Children’s Shoes, sizes
run from 5s up as large as you want.
We can fit the Boys and Girls with the
Acrobat Foot Culture Shoe
Call and let us try a pair on your child and you will
be satisfied. Don’t delay seeing this line of shoes as
they are the best in town.
Groceries and General Merchandise
LYONS & JONES
Portland and Coos Bay S. S. Line
DISINFECT AND HE SAFE
F. J. HAYES
W . C. L A IR D