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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1910)
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K N O W LT O N 'S Drug Store
Columbia Graphophones and rec
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 7. 1910. ords at Anderson’s.
acre traot all cleared, suitable $3500.00.
Fifteen cases of shoes just ar for 10 orchard
and nice home located 600 acres stock ranch. 400 acres
The 13th census report shows rived
at Robinson's Store.
that Oregon lias a population of M. M. Dobbins was a Coquiile about one mile from Coquiile. in grass; bouse and barn; pleuty of
water; 260 bead of sheep to go with
072,765, and that Coos county has visitor from Lampa on Thursday of Price 11000.00.
17,959. These are large increases last week,
7 acres. About 4 acres of bot place. Located on county road
ever the last census report.
Am Bigelow, of the Eckley sec tom land all in cultivation. House, here the mail pasnes each day.
Telephone to »he place. Price
in Coquiile on Thursday etc. Located about J mile from $6000
The December term of circuit of last was
court convenes next Monday, the M. T. Clinton was a Coquiile (1800.00. Terms.
160 acres timber Und, estimated
12th inst. Deputy Sheriff Clyde business visitor from the Flshtrap
million feet of fir and ce
30 acres, with house and barn. dar. Price
Cage has been out and summoned section Thursday.
7 cows go with the place. Loca House and (4500.00.
the list of jurors as follows:
lot, a good buy for
Wm. Buck, Marshfield; J. F. Juza, had business which called him to ted near county road and river. $400.00.
Marshfield, G. W. Halter, Coquiile; Coquiile Monday.
and a nice new bungalow,
O. E. Marsters, Myrtle Point; C. W. We are prepared for the ranly Sea 80 acre farm. Nice house and just 2 lots
Dye, Myrtle Point; Wm. James, son with a fine line of umberellas good barn. Located on county 320 acre dairy
farm, mostly all
road. Price (6500.00.
North Bend, John Nagle, Marsh at the Racket Store.
Books for Children, for Boys, for
field; Lyman H. Osborn, Bandon; The steamer Newport came 10 acres with new bouse and barn and creamery house,
Fine Leather Goods, Handbags,
Girls, Gift Books and the Latest
Willis Neely, Parkersburg; Alfred around from the Bay Thursday and
near the Coquiile River on
proceeded to load from the Johnson trees, two years old. Located Located
Backman, Marshfield; Fred John Mill.
near Coquiile. Price $1600.00
son, North Bend, Nels P. Nelson,
Prosper; E. E. Weekly, Bridge; L.
from San Francisco last tom land. 20 acres in cultivation. We have all kinds of property,
B. Masters, Eastside; Geo. Peoples, river
took on a load of 80 acres in pasture. Good or city, small acreage and large farms.
Coquiile; Frank Fish, Bancroft lumber at and
the Johnson Mill.
O-o 1 house and two barns. Also timber lands. Correspon.
Nels Negren, Bandon; A. B. Sar The big windjammer Advance chard.
W tons grain hay. Prioe dence solicited.
geant, Marshfield; Fred Johnson, came into the river Thursday and
Fairview; B. H. Olson, North Bend; tied up at the Randolph Co’s mill
E- M. Jenkins, Myrtle Point; W. R. and proceede d to load lumDer.
Davis, Marshfield; W. B. Newton. For a job of first-class Mending,
Prosper; H. R. King, Bandon; O. Dying or Cleaning, or a new suit
COME AND SEE
call at the rear of the
S. Coleman, Marshfield; J. W. Wil tailored,
liams, Prosper; E. Schneider, Myr Pharmacy building. K. Holverson.
tie Point; Clint Carman, Etelka; If you did not get any of the
G O R G E O U S D IS P L A Y
Joseph Lapp, Marshfield; Geo. A. boiled cider at Thanksgiving for
Gould, Allegany; L. J. Davidson, mince pies get some for Christmas.
Drane keeps the Diamond W brand.
Ooquille. ------------- ---------- ----------
Capt. O. P. Ellingsou, of Park-
Alex Adams Injured
ersberg, was in town Thursday on
On Monday at 10 a. m., Alex his way home, having spent a tew
Adams, of Myrtle Point, was ser days with Herman Carl, of Nor
iously if not fatally hurt at Cody’s way.
Camp. He was falling at the time, The Woman’s Home Mission So
and the tree that he and His part ciety of the M. E. Church, South
An Eastman Kodak, a Classy Present.
ner had cut, kicked back over the will receive a percentage af all cash
stump, striking a small tree, knock sales at Cleaves’ dry goods store
ing it down. As it fell it struck and Drane’s grocery store on Sat
Mr. Adams injuring his head and urday, Dec. 10th.
Pyrography Goods, Handkerchief
A Variety of Post Card Albums
crushing one leg. He had not Quick & Curry make the galvan
gained consciousness at last reports ized screen door; standard sizes on
from 25c up. Fine Stationery 25c
Boxes, Glove Boxes, Tie Racks,
and recovery seems to be impossible. hand; spetial sizes made in short
Died. —At the family home at order. Also bandy, adjustabla win
Prosper, Oregon, November 29, dow screens, ironing boards, sleevs
boards, bread boards, drain boards
1910, Mrs. J. W. Field, aged thirty- and
five years, of tuberculosis. The
W. Sanford was over from
interment took place the day fol
lowing at the Bear Creek cemetry the Bay side a few days last week
The deceased was born in Californ visiting his cousin, O. C. Sanford,
ia, but had spent many years of her of the First National Bank, and
life in Oregon, having lived with oth er friends in Coquiile. He re
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William turned Thursday by way of Sum
Butts, on Bear Creek, and since ner.
their passing over and her mar Walter and Ray Norris were in
riage to Mr. Field they have lived from Fairview on Monday to con
M A R S H F IE L D , O REG O N
at Coquiile, Myrtle Point and Ban sult a physician concerning the
don where she made many warm foot of the former, upon which a
friends who regret her untimely end. horse fell several days ago badly Married.—In this ciiy, on the
She is survived by her husband and bruising it up and dislocating some evening of Nov- 30 th. 1910 , at the
residence of the bride’s father, J. C
two little daughters, Esther and of the bones.
Noel, Mr. Harry L. Graham, of
Inez, six and two years old respec Tool chests, express wagons, Gardiner,
Douglas County, Oregon,
tively. -------- » ---------
steam engines and magic lanterns and Miss Marjorie
K. Noel of Co
D. Holden of
Farm ers’ Union.
stoves, pianos and many other ficiating. The young people, are
Oregonians, and begin life to
There will be a meeting of the toys for the girls at the Racket. both
with the fairest prospects
Farmers’ Union at this place next Brush sets, vases, jardineres, cut of long life and happiness. They
Saturday at 10:30 a. m, of more glass and plain glass lemonade sets, have the best wishes of a host of
WE OFFER THE MOST DESIRABLE LINE TO CHOOSE PRESENTS FROM
than ordinary importance. There over one hundred fine cups and friends.
Our carefully selected display of Holiday attractions will impress you with its worth.
aro to be about twenty new mem saucers to select from at the Racket. Remember the Christmas dishes
bers obligated, and delegates to the The Coquiile Dairymen’s Associa and radium glassware at Ander-
in conjunction with the Farm -1 son’s —Store open evenings
county convention are to be elected tion
Desirable and Useful Presents. Most Novel and Beautiful
ers’ Union held a very enthusiastic | __________ _______ —-----
and other matters of importance and
looked after. A basket dinner will last Wednesday. These two organ
A Special Feature of our Stock is the Opportunity for Selection. In All Grades we are
be served at the proper time and a izations having fully realized unity Rock Creek Hotel
Showing the Newest and Best of the Season. Our Attractions Insure the
good time is assured all who attend of purpose and interests, have de
to work together in a great New 12-room house, with
und all members are urged to be cided
Greatest Pleasure in Buying, the most Joy in receiving.
measure. It was proposed that the
on hand. ------------- -- ---------
Association join the Union as an or bath, will soon be completed
but this idea was aban
For Gifts that are decidedly Popular and Pleasing, see our line of
M ethodist E piscopal Church. ganization,
doned, and the members will join Travelers between Roseburg
There are upwards of and Myrtle Point shown
The boy will be much in evidence severally.
for the next every courtesy. The best of
next Sunday. Boys will have meeting of the Union in which
charge of the morning service. next Saturday. A bounteous spread Cruisine.
The sermon will be about the Boy. was enjoyed at the former meeting,
At the evening service, the pro and a basket dinner is scheduled W. W . WILLI AMS, P r o p .
gram will be music. The Hon. E. for Saturday’s gathering.
G. D. Holden will give a fifteen
minute talk on A Boy of Seventy
Years Ago. Professor Anderson,
Boy Building, Physically and Men.
tally, and the Rev. C. H. Cleaves,
Boy Building, Morally and Spirit
ually. These are fifteen minute
talks, bright, sharp, helpful, hear
Some of the best answers to the
questious will be read and the
gold ptece given to the best list of
We Offer you the Happy Combination of a Superior Stock, a Large Assortment and the
I The perplexing question what to buy for Christmas
is easily answered by looking over our nitty line
ot Christmas goods
Waterman’s Ideal Fountain Pens, an Ideal Gift
Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets, Shaving
Sets, Comb and Brush Sets. Hand
Mirrors, Bonnet Mirrors, Shaving
Mirrors and tripple Mirrors.
Jewelry, Cut Glass, Silver
ware, Fine China, Brass
Goods, Leather Hand Bags,
Toilet Sets, Pottery, Kodaks
A full Line of Christmas Cards and Booklets.
Fine Perfumery and Stationery.
The l^ed Cross Drug Store
K 0 WLTON’S DRUG STORE
GIFTS FOR ALL
Church of Christ.
Breaching morning and evening.
Morning subject; "Why I keep
the first day of the week.” Even
ing: “Those colored glasses.”
These subjects are both of spec
ial interest to all.
T. B. M c D o n ald ,
P resbyterian Church,
There will be services as usual
next Sunday morning at 11 and in f
the evening at 7:30.
Bible School at 10. All are in- £
vite d Please be prompt.
Every tiwie some doctor invents
a new cure, some other doctor dis
covers a new disease.
We are overstocked on toys, having
purchased over thirty cases. To clean
up we offer our full stock at almost
The prices will talk louder than our ads.
Prentiss & Co.
in building formerly occupied
by Barker & Co.
Branch Stores in Marshfield, Coquiile, North Bend.
Howard, Hamilton, Waltham, Elgin and
Ingersoll Watches. Community Silver
hand painted—painted in Coos County.
Libby Cut Glass. Edison Phonographs
and Records. All kinds of Jewelry,
Rings, Chains, Bracelets, Lockets, Fobs,
charms, brooches, etc. Engraving done
free on any article sold.
Every Article Guaranteed.
Fairest Prices. Every Article Shown is the best of its Class—Every Class Represented
is varied and Complete.
YOU WILL APPROVE OF OUR VERY REASONABLE PRICES
E. C. Barker 8c Co
Come, Even if it is Necessary to Come Without Knowing Why. You will find Good
Reasons when you see the many Splendid Opportunities we Offer.