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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1910)
LOCAL N E W S.
“ The Golden Rule,"— C. H. Cleaves. vegetables.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A- Bean, of
RivertoD, were Coquille visitors on
Ripe and green olives in bulk
Stone Jars, churns aud beau pots
Mrs. Wm. Bingham, of Bandon,
at Robinson’s store.
was in Coquillfl on Monday.
Fruit jars at Lairds a big suply, The steamer Elizabeth sailed from
For Gents furnishings try Robin
Econmy Kuowlton and Mason.
the Coquille river for San Francisco
A Iresh supply of sweet and sour on Monday evening
Wanted— Chittim bark, hides,
pickles at Robinson's store.
Gentlemen look at our new stock
wool and furs. Geo. T. Moulton.
J. C. Crosby, of Gravel Ford, was of hats just in R binsons Store.
Everything in the line of grocer
among Coquille's business visitors
Prof. J, H. Burklow, of Norway,
ies at Drains Store.
made our office a pleasant call
Mrs. David Mathers, of Rivirton, on Monday.
was a Coquille visitor on Monday.
Take ease and comfort in a pair while in town on business Saturday
White Spray Flour $1.70 per sack of Robinsons new shoes.
at Lyons k Jones.
Mr. and Mrs, Andrew Smulley, drill-press. Inquire of Evland k
E. Bargeron, the Coaledo merch of Arago, were passengers on the McAdams.
ant, had. business in town Saturday. Monday morning train to Marsh
R S. Tyrrell, of Haywards, Cal
New and fresh groceries always held.
ifornia, was in town yesterday. He
on hands at Dranes Store.
Buy your flower of Lyons & is on his way to the Alberta co u cry
E. W. Lorenz, of this city, visited Jones, every sack guaranteed, $1.70 in Canada.
Johnson’s mill Bt Prosper, Monday.
The Coos Bay Times reports that
For a good second-hand Singer j
Tents, camp stools and gnns to a forest fire is encroaching within sewing machine, call at the H eii -I
rent at Anderson's Second Hand close proximity to the suburbs of ai , d office-
There is a move on foot to haze
bunch of horse races pull-
Go to Skeels k Son for your fruit
Gent'emen, Remember we carry
jars jar caps, etc.
up to date suits, Robinson's store ed off in a short time, of which we
K. II. Hansen, of Gravel Ford,
The steamer Fifield arrived in will give due notice later.
was a business visitor to Coquille on
Robinson Store has received a new
line of Ladies skirts.
Miss Lena Liudebeek, of Arago,
went to Bandon on Thursday of
Have you got s Pair of those New
shoes at Robinsons Store.
Tim Seeley, the logger, was up to
Coquille from his lower river camp
Boys, remember Robinson’s Store
carries *be Cluett Shirts.
L. Cornwell, of the Johnson Mill
st'ction, had business at the Day
Late Pat toms in cretonne and
silkoline at Robinson's store.
Mrs. Mary J. Johnson went to
Bstidon Monday to visit her son,
S. E. Johuson aud family.
Wall paper at Laird's.
Oh that Fly Oatchum at Drane’s
Store Catch uni
11. K. Keller, of Marshfield, wae
in Coquille Thursday in the intrest
of the moving picture shows.
Robinson’s store has the late
Betsy Ross collar for ladies and
S. L Lafferty will deliver good
dry wood in Coquille for $1.75 per
tier Phone 111 Farmers exchange.
Mrs Joseph Stewart, of Turlock,
C d ., arrived here Monday and will
see manv friends during her visit.
New line Sweaters, Gents Ladies
& children»Robinsons Store.
Come in and let’s talk it over.
W e can convince you that we have
the best line of H ats in town for
Aphicide will cleau your Roses of
the Coquille on Friday and sailed
again Sunday. She carried good Aphis and other pests.
cargoes of freight and passenger
Married — In Coquille, August
the 5th, Guy Jonnson of Coquille
Rolled barley, shorts, bran, wheat
and oracked corn at Robinson's and Miss Lilith L Wilkes of Mars! •
field. The ceremony was perform« d
by Rev C. H. Cleaves.
Wanted— Men and women to
Fiy Killer will keep the flies from
have clothes clo n e d , pressed and
repaired. Slagls the tailor.
the cows, Supply at Knowltons
It is announced by the officers of Drug Store.
the Coos Bay Traction Corporation
Haryey W. Scott, editor of the
that actual work will be begun on Oregonian, passed away at Baiti
an electric line between Marshfield more 0 » Sunday evening following
and Roseburg within sixty days.
an operation. Death was due to
For Sale. Two horses, 5-year.old heart failure.
Weigh 3100, Well matched and
W a n t e d — A party to locate on
broken, call on S. Dominighni
government timber claim. Four
million feet- I oca ion fee $250
Acy Carey, of Curry county, ar B. Folsom, Coquille
rived here early Sunday morning,
Prof. Bunch was iu town Monday,
coming by way of Myrtle Point, and
took Mrs. M. D. Sherrard, his and he informed us that the teacher’ s
daughter, with him and proceeded institute which is being held at
down the coast to bis home where North Bend is progressing veiy
Mrs. Sherrard will enjoy a vi.-it for uicely. That the iustruc’ ors sent
to asaiBt are very proficient and a«e
On Sunday Will McAdams caught giviDg instructions
a good sized bear in a trap in lines from those usually followed
China Camp creek, and on Monday in our county institutes, aDd, which
morning, a party of 25 or 30 people
went down to see him, two autos Mr. Bunch thinks a great improve
and two rigs, beside several footmen ment. The instructions are directly
going. Several good varment dogs along the line of teaching, and a
were taken along to be tried out number of children are brought in
all of which proved all right., two,
belonged to Fred Lowry and one and practical demonstrations made.
For Sale.— A span of gildings
or two to Thos. McAdams and During the opening days of the in good work horses age 8 years
as 69, but it is not expected that weighing abont 2200 pounds address
Suits, Hats, Shoes or any thing number will be maintained through-, or call on S. K. Hatcher.
in Gents’ furnishings at Robinson’s out.
Aphicide used with hand sprayer
Mr. aud Mrs D. J. Mitchell, for will clear your roses and other
merly residents of this city, for shrubbery of Aphis and other in
several years, Mr. Mitchell being sects. You can get the spray and
B uilder and
connected with the furniture busi sprayer at Knowltons Drug stoie,
A. Pershbaker, the ex-sawmill
man, was in town no Thursday of
last week, having business at the
Ecouomy jars and caps also ma ness for the most part, returned from
son jar caps at Hersey’s Store.
the Willamette valley Monday
Thomas Devereux, of Bandon, was morning. Mr. Mitchell was burned
a Coquille visitor on Saturday, hav out while in the valley, sustaining
ing had business which called him a heavy loss. Their many friends
will be pleased to see them with us
to this place.
Up-to-date line of men’s and again.
boys’ suits at Robinson’s Store-
Save your table Linen by useing
Dr. Endicott, the dentist, is home silence cloth, 58 in. wide 50c yd. a
from his outing and hunting trip Robinsou’s Store.
The most com
plete stock of
Staple and Fancy
rI A H
TH OROUGH BREDr
Don't pass up
our line of
L yons & jones
W. H.. BOYLE
Melvin Kern, of this city, reach
ed home last Wednesday from
Roseburg where he had been work
ing with Mr. Perbam’s crew of men
on a bridge for which Mr. P. has
the contract for construction, and
where the young man got a fall
some three weeks ago
carrying a long board onto the
structure, and was walking two
boards, the combined width of
which was about a foot. His at
tention was drawn to some cars
which were heiug switched nenr by
and he stopped to look in the di
rection of the cars, and while in
that position a strong brpeze of
wind struck the broad board on his
shoulder. carrying him from his
balance and from the structure to
the grouod, a distance of 35 feet.
He struck on his face and shoulder,
receiving some severe cuts and
bruises, and was unconscious for a
period of 12 hours. Luckily there
were no bones broken and we are
pleased to say hts injuries are not
The members of the Coos Bay
Fruit Growers, Association at a
meeting this afternoon decided to
have two crews of packers. Each
crew will consist of an expert and
William Jenkins and daughter, assistant. There will be no women
Mrs. Fred Gross, of Bandon, return packers. The Gravensteins will be
ed Thursday from a visit with rela shipped soon. There will be about
2,500 boxes of this variety and dur
tives of Myrtle Point.
ing the entire season about 4,000
Would you like one of those cut
corner bed spreads? Robinson’s store boxes will be shipped including
winter varieties. The
negotiating with Los Angeles and
Geo. W. Martin was in town
Oregon as prospective
Thursday. He tells us that he has
Death of Coast Pioreer.
markets. The directors will meet
moved to Springfield,
next Saturday. The regular meet
where he has purchased property.
Mrs. Anna Bender, mother of the
ings of the members will ho held
His wife and daughter Ada are
th«- first Saturday in each month. late Edward Bender, died at the
there at present.
— Coos Bay Times.
home o f her daughter in- law, Mrs.
Call on Lyons k Jones Saturday
All grades of crockery at llerseys E. Bender in this city at 12:20 a. m.
and got fresh vegetabhs for you Racket Store rail and get his prices Tuesday,August 2 nd, at the age of
and see his 5 lo and 15 cent racket 90 years. 9 months and 18 days.
tables with new goods constantly The funeral was held from the
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Smith, of
Brethern churcff at 2 o ’clock Tues
Myrtle Creek, who accompanied
Mr. and Mrs J. S. Hayes, their day afternoon and was conducted
their new son-in-low, L. W. Oddy,
and daughter home a couple of son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and by Rev. Thomas Barklow, inter
weeks ago have returned after a Mrs. Arthur Rice, and daughter,
verypl easant visit with relatives an I Margarette, came to Coquille Satur ment being in the Myrtle Point
day on their way to Bandon where cemetry, beside the grave of her son.
they went to take the Fifield for She is survived by her daughter-in-
Go to Skeels k Son for your San Francisco. They were met at law Mr*. E. Bender and three
Snow Drift flour, Vim flour and De- this place by Mr. Hayes' brother, R.
grandsons, A. H. Bender, and C.
ment’s Best floor. $1.60 per sack. E. Haves and family, of North Bend
L. Bender, all of this city, and also
Eveiv sack guaranteed.
and ¡-ister, Mrs. John Snyder, of has four nieces in Califoruia, besides
Mr and Mrs. W. M Poley, of I Marshfield, and enjoyed a visit many friends here to mourn her
Ashland. Oregon, were in town last with them before their departure. loss. Her maiden Dame was Anna,
8 iturday They were guests at the 1 They go to Bivers.de, California, daughter ot Herman Trust, and she
Kronenberghome. They proceed ed «here Mr. R.ce will engage m the was born at Frankenburg, Curh
down the river in the afternoon to « a l estate business with a brother Hesse, Germany, October 15 , and
see Mrs. Poley’s sister Mrs J. J. who resides in that city. Ihey came to the United States about
was have many ft.ends who are sorry to 183 I; came to California in 1859 ,
form erly Miss Georgie Parker, has, see them go away, and who will returning to Baltimore for some
a host i>f friends in Coos county, wish them wed in their new home, years and in I 883 came to Oregon
while Mr. Poly has visited here on
Knowltons Drug Stole has in to make her home with her only
several occasions and is making stock, Aphicide, also Ext. o f Tobac-
many new friends.
; co used for spraying shrubbery known as a very’ kind and upright
woman and had lived a most hon-
C o w s can not do well when tor-| ( White Spray Flour makes the orable life the many years of her
tured by Flies. Fly Killer wl11 best and whitest bread of any flour existence. She was a member of
keep the Flies away. Supply at on the market. Lyon* k Jonei »ell
Knowltons Drug Store.
and ready at all times to look after
that aching tooth.
We are receiving now and fresh
groceries by every boat.
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H. L. Varney
AV. A, Varney
P L Y IN G B ETW EEN
SAILING EVERY EIGH T DAYS
fflsals at a ll H oars
F r o m 6 a m to 9 p m .
F irst-C lass
at the Skookum
C. A. H A R R IN G T O N , Proprietor.
ijji Estimates gladly furnished.
Call on or address at Coquille
Ws pflake R a t o s to
reg u lar B oarders.
S p e e i a l A t t e n t i o n G i v e n to
C t t m r n e r e i ë l fflen
Low Rates and Excellent Accom
modations. Our Interests are
A. F. ES7ABR00K CO.
San Francisco and
Does a qeneral Housemoulng
WM. FRAN ZEN BACH. Sculptor
Contractor in Marble, Granite,
Stone, Concrete aud Tile
Vault9, Monuments, Headstones, Tab
lets, Iron Fences and all kinds of
Cemetery and Building AA’ork.
M A R S H F IE L D , O R E G O N
GR ayha IR
With Mrs. NETTIE H A R R ISO N 'S 4 -D A Y HAIR
COLOR. It Is ths only sntlrely succtssful and
satisfactory preparation for ths purpose.
Simple - Harmless - Certain. Sold lor 20 years,
recommended and used with satisfaction by
thousanda. Contains no lead, aulphur or othsr
harmful Ingredient. II "d y e s'’ and “ rsstorera”
have disappointed you, try this. It never fails.
$1.00. At all first-class druggists and
If you ever had poor luck
with your caified fruits, jel
lies, etc., it was probably be
cause the containers were not
properly sealed. Use our
PURIFIED PARAFFIN E
this year and results will be
all you can wish. It makes a
tasteless covering easy to use
and to remove. Cheaper than
sealing wax—can l>e used year
after year. Price ‘.hi cents per
Accepted throughout the civilized world
us thu most universally satisfactory il
luminant for all purposes the Cleanest
Most Convenient, and the CHEAP
EST light known.
That furnished by
class and up to date in every respect
The rates place it within reach of al
Frank Morse, Prop., Coquille
if you desire them. Can fur
nish them in any quantity at
the CO QUILLE
can ana oee us
Hear the Music.