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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1910)
LOCAL N E W S .
Houselining at Laird’s.
Fruit jars at Laird’s, the House
“ The Golden Rule."— C. H. Cleaves. Furnisher.
Mel Ha} ter was up from Riverton
New silks o f every description at
one day last week.
The White House.
Best values in school tablets at
Fall millinery now on display at
Knowllous Drug Stre.
Dr. Stemmier o f Myrtle Point,
Try Slagle for dry cleaning.
went to the Bay on Monday.
If you want photographs call ut
Jno Lamb, the abstracter, made a
business trip to the Bay Monday,
Mr. and Mrs. John MeVay return
ed from tber trip to California last
The steamers Fifield and Eliza
beth came in Monday and sailed
W. J. Tennison, of Bandon, bad yeeterday.
business at the county seat Friday.
Dr. Endicott, the dentist, started
Mi s lames Ray, 8 trong and Wy
laud, of Myrtle Point, were passen
The Messrs. Crowley’s, o f Ban
MrB. R. F. Shannon, of BandoD, don, were Coquille visitors on Sat
was in Coquille on busiuess last urday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R, McGee, of
J. L- Bean, the Lamps merchant Riverton, were Coquille visitors on
and postmaster, bad business in Thursday.
yesterday for a trip to San Francis-
00 , to be absent for a week or ten
Frank Guilliam» who formerly-
conduted shoot'ng gallery in this
city, was over from Sumner Friday
J. C. Varney went to Riverton afternoon of the gallery fixtures.
First Class photographs made at
John Epperson was up from R iv Friday to see his daughter, Mrs
Deans’ studio. Old Tollman stand
erton one day last week to change J. M. Elwood.
The Misses Maurv, Emma and
his place of votiug to that precinct.
Pete Fux, the genial clerk at the
went to Marshfield Monday Baxter Hotel, took a run over to
Mrs. Charles Marsh and d lugbterl
Marshfield by Saturday’s afternoon
Miss Inis, of Marshfield, had busi for a short visit.
ness at the county seaton Saturday.
Orchestra music furnished for train and returned Monday.
Mr and Mrs. J. M. Elwood who
have lived near Riverton the past
year or two, are moving to the Bay
Oh that Fly Catchum at Drone’s
S ore Catchum.
Mrs. E M. Hermann and daugh
ter, Mrs. Gus Deitz, of Myrtle Point,
returned from a trip to the Bay on
Long and short white kimonos
all occasions. For terms see E. D
just in at Robinson’s.
Busby at O. K. Barbershop.
Mrs. Wilbur Hayter who is up
Mrs. Rogers returned Monday
from a month’s stay at Marshfield, from California on a visit with lela-
tives and friends, spent a day or so
which she enjoyed very much.
Mrs. R. S. Knowlton in thiB
R. C. Dement, of Myrtle Point,
returned the last of the week from
his 500-acre tract near Portland.
Mrs. J. B. Pointer
Howe, of this city, went to Bandon
Fish's box factory erSkeels’ store Tuesday and had a day on the beach.
Or apple boxes.
School supplies at Knowlton’s
S. H. Crouch, of the Bay side, Drug Store.
visited his son, E. A. Crouch and
There will be services as usual
family of this city last week, return next Sunday morning October 9tb,
at the Presbyterian Church Ooqu lie.
Grass Seeds at Kuowlton’s Drug
The steamer Elizabeth sailes to
day for San Francisco. She carries
o full cargo of freight and a large
Fruit boxes of all kind? at Fi sh’
Jay Mulky, o f Gladstone, Oregon,
who had been here for a visit ot a
couple of weeks, returned home by
Robinson Store 1ms received a ntw
line of Ladies skirts.
County Judge Hall who has been
somewhat indisposed of late, was
able to transact business at the
county seat on Monday.
Wanted—Two girles at the Co
quille Steam Laundry.
Ray Flanders and family are
m ivin » ba?k to this city from
Bandon, having touud that the
health of their little boy is better
Beautiful scarfs in the latest de-
signs at Robinson's.
Earnest Endicott, o f Eugene, who
had beeu visiting relatives and
friends in Coos county, went to the
Bay Friday where he took the
Breakwater Saturday for Portland.
New Hosery— You will find the
b st bosery in town at Lyons A
J. S. Cole and daughter, Miss
Anna, of Norway, went to the Bay
Friday to catch Saturday morning’s
Breakwater for Portland. Mr. Cole
had business which called him to
Something new— Kaola at Lyons
Jones. Cheaper and better than
lard. 25 cents per can.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Williams, of
Catching slough, came over last
week and attended the funeral of
R. J. Dean which took place at Nor
way on Friday. Mr. Dean and
Mr. Williams were cousins.
Lyons fi Jones have the pure
pineapple juice at 25 cents per oot-
tlo. A nice cool drink-
Henry Climens, a pioneet resi
dent of Coos county, who moved to
California a couple of years ago, was
in Coquille Saturday. He lias been
residing at Vacaville, Cal., which is
the home of our friend, Joseph
Windle, whom ho reports well, al
so the family, and particularly the
little one; for whose health they
moved to that part, of which their
friends heie will be pleased to learn.
Ten choice Barrel Plymouth
Rock roosteis for salu at one dollar
and 50cts each, 4 at $1.25 each.
Must, be sold this month. First come
first served, J. Quick,Coquille, Ore.
D i e d —In
September 29, 1910, Pauline Sher-
rard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.
D. Sherrard, aged four years and
six days. This sweet little flower
budded and bloomed to gladden
this home for only a short time, but
its memory will ever be green with
her sorrowing parents through life.
They have the sympathy of all.
W a n t e d — A party to locate on
government timber claim. Four
million feet- Location fee $250
For a good second-hand Singea
sewing machine, call at the H er -
Rev. W. T. Golder, of Medford,
the minister who will be in charge
of the M. E. Church South pastoral
in this city, will be here and hold
services next Sunday.
1 ■ ■
new f ä T T g T ods ^
Our fall line of Gents Shoes
are arriving on every boat
and the Ladies line will be
in in a few days.
We are sole agents for the Florsheim Shoes
for Men and the Utz and Dunn shoes tor the
These two lines will give us the
strongest shoe line in the county.
Dry Goods and Groceries
..Flour and Feed..
S. L. Lafferty will deliver good
dry wood in Coquille for $1.75 per
Mrs. W. S. Jess was taken to the tier Phone 111 Farmers exchange.
Have you tried a pair of those
Bay Monday by her husband for
treatment, having taken ill a few Newport hose? 25c a pair at Lyons
<t Jones’ .
Mrs. Capt. Levi Snyder, of Poit-
Joseph Dobbins who is at present
land, arrived here yesterday morn-
making his M .M . Dobbins, of Lam-
ng to see her mother, Mrs. J F.
pa, returned the last of the week
Schroeder, who s.iffsred a stroke i f
from a trip through California.
paralysis a week ago, and who is
Everything in the line of grocer
still very ill.
ies at Drains Store.
You can get pictuiea iu any finish
Glenn Collier and family who
of style at Dean’B Studio. All work
have lived th town for several guaianteed.
months past, moved to the H. J.
Steve Steward who has been in
Collier farm four miles down the
Washington for some time, arrived
river this week.
at his home at Riverton on Sunday,
Ask to see the silk waist patterns just in time to attend the funeral of
bis uncle, Chas Hamlin, although he
Married.— In St. Louis, Missouri, knew nothing of the death.
C h u rch of Christ
Fancy work Materials at T h e ! M e th o d ist E p isco p a l Church,
September 28, 1910, William Cand-
On Fridi\ afternoon quite a col- White House.
This Church will be closed Octo
in, of Coquille, Oregon, and Miss lission occurred at the crossing of
Preachiog at 11. a. m. and 7:30
A t Riverton, Oregon, Octobor
Mrs. Frank Wylaod, of Myrtle ber 16th and 23J as the pastor will
Ruth Elizabeth Dee. of that city. the local railroad line by the Aasen
m. Bible school at 10 a. m. C, E.
1, 1910, Charles W. Hamlin, aged
Point, died at Mercy hospital, North be away at Presbytery and Synod.
They will be at home in Coquille af Bros’ logging road. The logging
fifty-seven years. The deceased was 6 : 30 p. m. Subject of Sermons,
Bend, Tuesday, October 4th, and On October 30th Sunday morning
Morning: “ What the world ex
ter November first.
born at Peoria, Illinois, and cauie
trucks were being backed across
the remains were interred at the services will be resumed.
of a Christian.’’
to Oregon in 1865, being but a boy.
Up-to-date assortments of allover the main track wheu the evening Norway cemetery today.
Evening: "The sale of the soul."
The paster , E Mace is back for He leaves to mourn his sad depart
lace at Robinson’s.
train struck them. No one was
Look at the New overcoats for another year.
ure a son, Elmer Hamlin who your presence is appreciated.
Mrs. J. Hudson and son Dane, hurt.
men at Robinson’s.
The Sunday School Board met at resides at present in Portland, Ore
For Sale— A complete 6 JX 8 J
and her son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sterling, of
F or R ent .—A Dairy farm of
Mr. and Mrs. R. O.
Hoburg, view camera. Good as new. Call this city, have for several days been the postor’s study elected officers gon, a sister, Mrs. Wiliam Rohm,
acres J mile from Norway.
started for the valley yesterday with
enjoying a visit from Mrs Sterling,
Be vacant March 1 ,
Supt. Mrs. G. G- Richmond, as and Bister, George T. Moulton and Creamery.
a view to locating, Their many
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hammock, mother of the former, as well as his
F rank N e ls o n .
friendy are sorry to see them go of Fishtrap, returned Saturday from sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and sistant Mrs E. L. Tozier, sect. Mr. Mrs. S. M. Nosier, of this citv. The 1901 .
Mr Earl Sbroe ler, assistant Mrs. H.
a visit with a brother of each who Mrs. J. T. Redford, of Drane.
odist church in Rivertion on Mon
Wanted— Men and women to
Some of Robinson’s fall dress
We are in the box busiuess you
Cradle Role supt. Mrs. Taylor.
have clothes cleaned, pressed and er, J. J Hammack, some time since goods have arrived.
will find boxes of all kinds at Fishs’
Cborist, Prof. H. O. Anderson took place in the Masonic cemetery Box Factory.
suflered a stroks of paralysis, and is
repaired, Slagle the tairar.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hathaway
at Coquille to where tho remains
Organist Miss. Jessie Sweet.
The Farmer’s Union will hold in a serious condition. Mrs. Ham- ane their son George and bis wife
were followed to tbeir last resting
t j , W. Watts, a for
an unusually interesting meeting
and her sister, maved in from Gar
by a large number of friends.
members mer risident of Coos, is well and field, Washington Saturday, com at the Parsonage Monday p. m. Mr.
Natlien Nichols and Miss Margaret
should be on hand at 11 a. m. with
ing by wagons and teams, and
C. A . Sm ith H ere
Summers, both of Myrtle Point were
baskets. Several new members county friends.
bringing their cows. They proceed
will be obligated and the membeas
ed to Mr. Hathoway’s pluce down
C. A. Smith, of Minneapolis, and
Dont Forget Autumnal Day Sun head of the C. A. Smith lumber in
of the Fisbtrap Union will be en is the time to get them. G- A. Rob the river three miles, kuownatthe
inson’s fall goods are arriving and
day Oct. 13. That will be a big day. terests in this part of the state, ar
he haB to make room for them.*
A number of “ Boosters” have se rived in the city this morning. He
Wanted,—all kmds of Furs and
On Thursday evening Mr. and
cured the premiums.
came from Roseburg on the Coos
bull, thrie year old— $50. Iuquire Mrs. R- O. Kirkpatrick, of this city,
Subjects of the Sermons for next Bay wagon road and was met at |
of Fred Lowry, Coquille, Or.
celebrated the fiftieth anniversary
Sumner in a private boat by A. Me-
Mrs. D. D. Pierce, of this city re Sunday are morning 11 a. ra.
A number of
Silas Prather had quite a run-a- of their wedding.
reen. Mr. Smith is here to look over
way last Friday while moving Mrs. theii old friends came in and a very
his property entercsts. Coos Bay
household goods. The pleasant evening was spent.
auto ing tothe feeble condition of the bride
three weeks, during which time she
7:30 p. ra. The First Man Who
near the courthouse yard and fetch o f fifty years ago, no elaborate af
Try a pair of those Newpot
had made several visits and greatly Left Home and Country for God.
ed up against the thelephone pole fair was possible, but the time was
They will wear longer than
enjoyed herself. She was at the Who was he and why did he do it?
any other hose on the marKet. A
at the corner at C- M. Skeels’ resi spent in social converse, reitteratiug
The League service at 6:30 sub Lyons fi Jones.
dence. When the team started the storle of early times, including pio
Hillsburo at which she met Reves. ject Repentance and Restoration
old gentleman jumped from the neer days o f California and Oregon,
Fruit jars at Lairds a big suply,
Feese, Brown, Beatty and others of Mrs. Richmond leader.
Econmy Knowlton and Masou.
wagon, falling with the result that they having come to this coast
Strangers will find a homey at
his sholder was thrown out. He is many years ago-
this city. She has visited Mrs. mosphere here.
getting alog nicely. The furniture
P ip st-C la ss
M « a l a a t a l l Houi*a
For a job of first-class Mending,
Skeels at the Portland hospital who
P n om 6 a m to 9 p m .
was somewhat brokenup.
Dying or Cleaning, or a new suit is reported as improving right along.
Look ahead for the Autumnal ser
For Sale.— Thoroughbred Shrop- tailored, call at the rear of the Mrs. J. C. Moomawcame in over vice.
soire rams. Address C. H. Nosier Pharmacy building. K. Holverson. the road with Mrs Pierce, but stop
One of the largest and best bak ped at Myrtle Point where she is
k Sou., Bridge, Oregon.
E . S. M ach , Pastor.
er’s oven’s in the state has beeD visiting relatives and friends.
C. A H A R R IN G T O N , P roprietor.
Mis. Jay Peart, of the north side
Card of Thanks
S p e c i a l A tt e n t io n G iv e n to
w « |Rak* R a k e « t o
Wanted.— A position as book
of town, proved het skill with a rifle lately constructed by E- L. Spal
ding in the Martin Aldxson build
C B t n r a e r e ia i r»en
reg u la r B oarder».
one day last week when she shot a
keeper. Would like steady position
We wish by this means to express j
ing on Front Street, and is being
hawk at a range of some 150 yards
with large firm. Would take two
most sincere and heart-felt
operated by Paul Stephen, the bak
or khree smaller sets or books.
with a 22 special. The hawk had
thanks our many friends and neigh
er lately connected with the City
L.E. E achus .
been taking her chickens as well as
bors tor the many acts of kindness | \
Bakery of Mr. Clark. This oven
those of her neighbor*, and she de
and assistance during the illness of
tains 550 cubic feet of concrete in
clared war. She watched for him
our little daughter and the sympa
Card of 1 hanks
its foundation, and over 10,000
but he would not come in close
thy expressed at her passing away.
baicks and $56 worth of tiling and
range, but finally alighted on a tree
To all the dear friends who by
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
M r and M rs . M . D. S herrard .
about $65 worth of irons, $5 worth
in plain view, but a long way off
word or act extended us so much
nails, 5 barrels of line $5 worth fire
LUMBER, LATIIS, SHINGLES
however she began firing and the
id aa i sympathy during the last
Wanted—Cbittim bark, bides,
clay. It is capable of turning out
third shot she took his neck about
illness and death of our husband wool and furs. Geo. T. Moulton.
MOULDING, CEMENT BRICKS
1200 loaves of bread previous to
and father we return our warmest
“ A ' ient W anted . — For the Pheo-
ba k iD g an equal amount o f pastry
AN D BLOCKS, SAND AND
heartfelt gratitude such kindness nix Mutual Fire Insurance Comp
good for ghortenin(? a k n
cook. with one heating,
we avow shell have enduring
re any of Oregon.
Prepare— the time ie here. Rob membrance with us.
ies. It never gets rancid and goe* ^
The White House is open again _ C O Q U IL L E ,
further than lard. Price, ooe quart inson’s Store have opened up tbeir
M bs . A onks W il l a r d .
to its many customers. First Na
5 0 gallon 90 c ( b , 1 gallon $1.75. rubber and aquapelle goods
R i * W il l a r d .
your size while the stock is complete.
'F or sale at Quicg A Curry’».
tional Bank Building.
E hne - st W illard .
Give us a trial order and we
w ill do our best to please you.
LYONS & JONES
Second Street, Coquille
are the thin edge of
the wedge for a split
There is a whole lot
of concentrated relief
in each wafer.
25 cents a package.
J. H. OERDIING
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