Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, July 13, 1910, Image 3

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    Urano keeps fresh vegetables in
Prof. A. W. Heury arrived here
his store.
Monday from eastern Oregon.
Amos Corson, of Bandon, was a
“ The Golden Rule," —C. H. Cleaves.
Mr. Cooper, the Myrtle Point
Coquille visitor on Satuday.
T. R. Willard was up from Ban- merchant, was in town yesterday.
A baby boy was born to Mr. and
don on Monday.
Born, To Mr. and Mrs. Fred
L. E. Osburn of Bandon,!
Mr. ami RIrr, 1 j . J Cody, Ban- Miller, ol Four Mile June 30 , a son.
don, aro in town
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Carl­
Bathing suits, for men and boys
Turban« nnd turban pins at son, of Four Mile, July 1 st a son
at Hears Lorenz’s.
Roan’» Cash Store.
I. Hacker went to the bay yester­
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morse retutn-
E. O. Ilowe returned from a visit day to look after business interests.
ed frem their summer vacation in
at Eugene Sunday.
Flouncing Embroidery at Robin­
California yesterday.
Boys, remember Robinson’ s Store son’ s store.
A fresh supply of sweet and sour
carries the Cluett Shirts.
E. M. Gallier, of Bandon, was in
pickles at Robinson's store.
The steamer Eifield sailed for San
Mrs. F. M. Hodges and daughter,
trip up the river.
Francisco on Thursday,
Mrs. Chas. McCue, of the lower [
New Dress and apron ginghams
J. G Leneve, of Bandon, was a
river, were in town Monday.
just in at Robinson’s store.
Coquille visitor on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Nosier and
Mrs. E. M. Gallier, of Bandon,
Everything in the line of grocer­
Mrs McDonald started this morning
was in town Monday, on her return for Linn county to see their mother,
ies at Drnins Store.
from her southern California trip Grandma Miller,
The steamer Newport sailed from
with the Sentenel’s contest girls.
Buy your flower of Lyons &
Bandon for Portland last Thursday.
New and fresh groceries always Jones, every sack guaranteed, $1.70.
Yes, Robinson’s Store carries
on hands at Dranes Store.
There will be services at St.
Capt. and Mrs. O. P. Ellingson,
Capt. G. \V. Leneve was up from
Parkersburg, visited their son,
the ranch on the lower river Friday.
Arthur Ellingson and family, of this
Oh that Fly Catchum nt Drnne’s
city, one day last week.
Store Catchum.
New goods to arrive by first
8 . J. Culver, of Bandon, shook steamer. Rose’s Cash Store.
hands with friends in Coquille
Mrs. W. T. Dement, of Myrtle
Point, returned home Friday after
While Spray Flour $1.70 per Back a visit with Mrs. J. C. Moomaw pre­
at Lyons <fe Jones.
vious to their going to Portland to
C L Law, the Bandon painter, live.
was a Coquille business visitor on
Word was received here yester­
day by wire that Miss Nettie Harry,
Up-to-date line of men’s and daughter of Grant Harry, had pass­
boys’ suits at Robinson’s Store.
ed away from tubercular affections,
Orvil Dodge returned from a bus­ at McCoy, Oregon, that rooming.
iness trip to Portland by the Break­
Rolled barley, aborts, bran, wheat
and cracked corn at Robinson's
water one day last week.
Suits, Hats, Shoes or any thing
J. W. Lawrence, the inveterah
in Gents’ furnishings at Robinson’s
miner, from all points of the com­
pass, arrived in town Monday, and
Mr. and Mrs. C E Getty, of Em­
ia greeting old Coos county friends
pire, celebrated in Coquille, and al­
nnd lo iking after property interests
so visited friends in Myrtle Point.
V. R. Wilson, the watchmaker
Would you like one of those cut
is in town. High grade and delicate
corner bed spreads? Robinson’s store
watches carefully repaired.— Expert
has them,
B. B. Teters, the Fairview farmer
White Spray Flour makes the
was in town Saturday. He says
best and whitest bread of any flour
things are getting pretty dry in his
on the market. Lyons & Jones sell
We aro receiving new and fresh
groceries by every boat.
son’s Store.
Married—In Marshfield, Oregon
June 29 , 19 IO, Fred Kruse and Miss
Laura Fscott, Kev. L. Roy Hall of­
James’ Episcopal church Sunday,
morning and evening by Bev. Arch
Deacon Horsfall.
Robinson’s store has the late
Betsy Ross collar for ladies and
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Heller, ol
Dora, were doing shopping and
transacting business of various
kinds in town on Monday.
Art BrasB, and the Implements
for working it at Knowltons Drug
V. R. Wilson, the optician, is in
town. Errors of Refraction scientifi­
cally corrected. Broken lenses, du*
piicatesd a pefect tit guaranteed.
For a good second-hand Singer
sewing machine, call at the H er ­
ald office.
The pastor of the Methodist Epis­
copal church will begin next Suu-
day morning a series of sermons
on The Lord’s Prayer. The follow­
ing will be the subjects.
Try the New Catcbcm Fh trap
Drane has them on sale, at I5c or
two for 25c.
Owen Callaghan, of Newport,
Oregon, arrived in town Monday.
He came to look after the proper­
ty interests o f the estate of his
Mrs. Chas. Peterson, of Riverton,
brother, the late T. Y. Callaghan,
returned from Marshfield yesthrday.
formerly of this city.
She was accompanied by Mrs. P.
Look! Cluett shirts are the ones
Clausen, a cousin, who proceeded to
to wear, new and up-to-date line,
Bancroft to see her aunt, Mrs C. D. Robinson’ s Store.
Died at Tonopah Nev. July 10 at
Metalography, ‘ Art Brass,” is
See E. N. Smith about those ro- the latest, in Art, easy to do, and
acra tracts close in to Bandon a! very pretty when finished. Call and
$40 and $50 per acre on easy terms. see it at Knowltons Drug Store.
1 o ’clock p. m. Mrs. Lillis Gill of
typhoid fever. Mrs. Gill is a
daughter of Mr«. S. T. Johnson of
this city and a sister of Mrs. Geo.
Halter of Fishtrap. Body will be
b ought home for interment.
Lyons k Jones always try to have
something nice on hand for you for
your Sunday dinner.
James Mast was up from Bandon
on Monday to attend a special meet­
ing of the board of directors o f the
Fat Elk Drainage district, occas­
ioned bv the sliding of the banks
o f a portion ol the ditch upon their
dredge is working at present.
Ladies who like Art will be in­
terested iu
Metalograpy or Art
Brass. Call and examine nt Knowl­
tons Drug Store.
mXS. homedoveX:^
ean you teaeh youX ehi/dhen a
SetteX CeSSon than to £ove a niee home?
home does So mueh
o\ us tkat we
should do Somethin# joX Mit, home.
just as SuXe aX two and two make
jouX^ ij you need thin#S joX the house
you W'M Suy them from uS
eome to ouX stoXe.
ask youX friends who deal with
us how wz tXeat them.
whateveX you
the home^ eome^ Cet us show
it to you.
youXS tXuCy.
W .
Come in and let’s talk it over.
W e can convince you that we have
the best line of Hats in town for
the money.
The most com­
plete stock of
Staple and Fancy
Groceries in
Don't pass up
our line of
they are
Lost.— Pocketbook containing
! papers, tax receipts, etc., by G. T.
Mrs. J. C. Vrrney went to River-1 Robinson. Finder please leave at
ton Thursday to see her daughter, this office and receive reward.
Capt. J. C. Moomaw and family
Mrs. J. M. Elwood.
to Myrtle Point Saturday, and
For Gents furnishings try Robin­
after a few days’ visiting with rela­
son’s Store.
tives and friends they go to Port­
A1 Flanders is back from his trip land. Mr. Moomaw having pur­
to the valley. He did not go to the chased some property near that
city which he wishes to improve
Alberta country as we mentioned.
by erecting buildings thereon and
A1 Flanders started yesterday for otherwise. They expect to be ab-
the Alberta country by team
seut two or three months
A large and jolly crowd of people
For Sale—At a bargain— a 80-
went from Coquillo out to Brewster j »«0 dairy farm. Inquire of W. W
Faust, Coaledo.
Valley for a trip, fishing etc., last-
The Father in Heaven, The Holy
Sunday. There [were eight aulomo Name, The New Kingdom, The
biles containing 30 persons in the Prayer for Bread, A Peculiar Stand-
and of Forgiveness. A Prayer for
Guidance and Safety, D oxology of
Call on Lyons k Jones Saturday
and get fresh vegetables for you the Prayer. Dr. M. E. Wire will
preach next Sunday at 8 p. m.
Sunday dinner.
There is a midweek service at the
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Sherwood an­ Methodist Episcopal Church every
nounce the engagement of their Wednesday
daughter Emma to L. A. Liljeqvist, lasts just one hour, every thing
voluntary. Drop in you will be
the wedding to take place some time
pleased and profited
in September. This popular young
will find our church homey.
couple are well and favorably known
throughout the county.
Wall paper at Laird’s.
Mrs Jas. Hartley ani son, Paul,
of San Diego, California, arrived
here the latter part of the week for
a visit with Mr. and;- Mrs. Geo-
Hartley of Johnsons mill, and many
friends of this section. They were
For Sale— 3 good work horses,
accompanied by little Jamie, son of
1300 pounds and up.
Enquire of
Geo. Hartley who had spent the Fred Lowery, on Disher place
winter with them for the benefit of
Mrs. J. K. McLeod and two
his health.
daughters were up from Bandon
For Salé.— One lot, neat home and returned to Riverton for a visit.
of 4 rooms, woodshed and chicken They inform us that Mr. McLeod
house. Good location. Enquire at and son. Will, who are in the Al­
H erald Office.
berta country. Canada, have suc­
Mr. and Mrs. An on Rogers, of ceeded in procuring claims with
Coos liver, were in town Saturday which they are well pleased, and
in company with their son iti4nw that they are breaking ground for
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs J. L. nexi year’ s crop, as are many others.
Bowman, of Portland. They were They say that large steam plows
in quest of an automobile to take breaking hundreds o f acres of sod
them to Roseburgon the way to the are a common sight.
home of the latte-, where Mr. and
Stock Sheep For Hale.— About
Mrs. Rogers will visit for a time.
thirty-five number one ewes and
Ladies if we cannot fit you with | lambs tor sale. Inquire o f C. A.
a tailored suit from stock, we will Pendleton.
take your measure and have one
Hoquiam, Wash . July 6 .— The
mad« to order.
Robinsou’e Store.
logging camps in the Grays Harbor
The Oregon Daily Journal, of district resumed
operations this
Portland, of July 6 th contains a morning after a shutdown of 37
splendid photo engraving of the days. The surplus supply of fir
new National Bank building in Co­ logs an the harbor has been decreas-
quille. On June the 26 th it gave [ ed by curtailing the ouput and all
one ol the Nann Smith which went pos-ibility of a drop iu the price
to the Columbia for a load of lum- has gone. More than 3000 men,
her. It is expected that when the idle for over a month, went hick to
East side mill of the C. A. Smith work to-day. The market seems
Co. gets to running that this great steady with a moderate supply of
lumber carrier will be kept busy fir on hand and a slight shoitage of
without going elsewhere for cargo. both spruce and cedar.
Cheap Dairy Ranch—210 acres,
Henry Lorenz is agent for J.
about 120 acres creek bottom and Strootsman Shoes for ladies. This
40 or 50 clear, orchards and build­ is a line combined with "snap” and
ings. $t»000. Easy terms See E. durability. \Ve stand back of every
N. Smith, Myrtle Point, Oregon,
Robert Goetz, formerly of Ban­
don, at present a promising attorney
The terrible itching and smarting of Portland, was in town Monday.
incident to certain skin diseases is He has been visiting bis mother,
MrB. H. Goetz, of Bandon.
almost instantiv allayed by applying
Chamberlain’s Salve. Price, 25
L o s t — Elgin watch with rawhide,
For sale by R. S. Knowl- string attached. Return to this
office and receive reward.
T w c u l j - F i v e t e n t * ft* ftftie P r i c e «1
P eace.
Having bought out the stock of tools of Cox
Evland & McAdams.
.. .: .L
Daylight Development
Makes Kodaking Easy
No Dark
$j Estimates gladly furnished
Call 011 or address at Coquille
Cox and the shoes
Second Street, Coquille, Oregon.
B u ild e r and
C ontractor,...
and nails of S. H. McAdams, we believe by doing a special Sboing busi­
ness, we c in please our customers. First-class work guaranteed.
If yon ever had poor luck
with your canned fruits, jel­
lies, etc., it was probably be­
cause the containers were not
properly sealed. Use our
this year and results will be
all you can wish. It makes a
tasteless covering easy to use
and to remove. Cheaper than
sealing wa*— can he used year
after year. Price 20 cents per
if you desire them. Can fur­
nish them in any quantity at
lowest prices.
R. H. KN OW LTON , President
R. H. MAST, Cashier
farm ers
of Coquille
CAPITAL STOCK $ 2 5 ,0 0 0
A Reasonable Share of Your Business Solicited
First Class Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent
Portland and Coos Bay S. S. Line
Sails From Ainsworth Dock, Portland, July 8, 13. 18, 23, 28.
Saits from Coos Bay July 10, 15, 20, 25. 30, a t seruice o f
A g e n t,
M arsh6eld,
O regon