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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1910)
LOCAL N E W S .
New goods on the Breakwater
Rose’s Cash Store.
ords at Auderson’ s.
Big Silk sale, at the White
next Saturday. A big line
Your potrait ou a post raid
E A. Hoag, of Oakland. Ca'., of silks for fancy work.
Mrs. Sinn Clinton w h s up from
A M«rry Christmas.
brother of Dr. Hoag who recently
Quick k Curry make the galvan
Light wagon lor sale cheap at Purkt mburg Monday.
The Golden R ule.’— C. H . Cleaves.
here, arrived Monday and ized screen door; standard sizes on
Attend the big mask ball, at the ;
Baled hay for sale
J. C Wat-
may conclude to locate with us.
hand; spetial sizes made in short
J. B. Sweet had business at North Heuzlet, New Year’ s eve.
Also handy, adjustable win
Mr. and Mrs C. C. Johnson came 1
Big dance New Year’ s eve at the
never so complete as now. Robin dow screens, ironing boards, sleeve
O T. Nelson, of this city, went
boards, bread boards, drain beard::
Dress Silks, and silks for fancy
to the Bay Monday.
and meat safes.
Some More Christmas goods at
Myrtle Novelties, fine for Christ work at the White Honse.
You can get anything you want
son’s mill, returned the last of the
Vane Maury speDt Monday and
at Fish’s factory.
iu tbe grocery line at Lyons’ &
P ince the old year out, at the
week from California where he bad
The Coquille Soda Works has Tuesday of this week at Bandon.
gone to atteud the funeral of his
Reduce U Corsets at Lyons’ & aged mother.
fresh sweet eider ou hand.
For men’s up-to-date clothing
Jones’ , the finest ou the market.
try Robinson’s Store.
Any thing you want in the gro
Dancers should reratmber the
A good thing for you to remem Christmas ball at the Heazlet Thea
Mrs. J. F. Burgess, of near Nor
Don’ t lorget the place. Rose’s cery line at Robinson’s Store.
ber until Xmas. —Rose’s Cash 8 tore. tre Christmas eve.
passed away at the farm home
Mrs Gus Borgsrd anil daughter
on Tuesday, December I.'), 1910, af
Judge Hammond returned from
L. M. Strong, of Aiugo, was in
business trip to Portland Sun day that Miss Hilda Duuielsou ter a long tedious illness, aod tl*e
Go to the big
aged 14 years, had died at the fam body was laid to rest in tbe Mason
New line ot sweaters at Robin New Year’s eve, at the Heszlet.
Did you see those new laces at ily home near Parkersburg. There ic cemetery at this place on Wed-
Robinson’s store have got their
desdav, tbe funeral being conduct
Lyons’ <fc Jones’ , just what you were no particulars given.
Look at them. want.
Long and short winter kimonos
ed by R e v .---------
Lyons <k Junes have the pure
just in at Robinson's.
Mr. and Mas. P. S RobieoD, of
Mrs. Burgess, formerly Julia E.
Reservations for berths on the pineapple juice at 25 cents per oot-
The steamer Elizabeth arrived in Norway, wont to Bandon Thurs S. S. Elizabeth for San Francisco, tle. A nice cool drink-
Whittaker, was a native of the
the river yesterday morning.
call at Fuhrman’s Pharmacy.
R H. Dickey, of Porterville. Cal State of Maine. She came with her
New line of W .B . aud Warner
Look at the swell line of ties for
arrived last week to join his husband to California in 1881, and
If you have trouble over your
corsets. Can fit anybody, Robin
men at Robinson’s Store.
Xmas dinner go to Lyons’ and wife who has b»en visiting her par to Coos County, Oregon, in 1890,
Jones’ , they carry everything.
Seed cats for sale. Apply to W.
ents, Mr. and Mrs Dan Giles, of since which time she baa lived in
Have you tried a pair of those
the Coquille valley where she has
S. Eaehus, Belieu place near Arago.
S. M. Nosier is again agent for Myrtlo Point.
Newport hose? 25c a pair at Lyons
many friends who deeply regret
the De Lavel cream separator
Gentlemen, try Robinson's Stoie & Jones’ .
We are prepared for the rainy Sea
Sample machine and extra parts al
sad demise. She leaves a hus
son with a fine line of umberellas
lor one of thè latest hats.
Marion Custer, who is attending ways on hand.
band and six sons to mourn the loss
at tbe Racket Store.
Ladies’ , Missos’ and children’s school at Eugene, is home on his
G. G. Swan, of Dora, came down
Miss Eva Schroeder went to of a kind loving wife and mother.
leggins at Robinsdn’s store,
to Coquille Thursday and on Fri
Portland by the last Breakwater to
Fred Nelson, the Marshfield iron
Church of Christ.
White Spray aod Webb Foot day extended his trip to the Bay
be with her sister, Mrs. Levi Sny
founder, was in Coquille the last Flour Z..60 per sack at Lyons’ &
der, aod look after ber home while
Evangelist G. E. Williams aod
of the week.
Those bargain shoes at Robinson's she undergoes and operation.
who recently closed a very
John Nielson,, of Prosper, re are goiug Cut prices on ladies’
W boiled cider for
meeting iu Myrtle Point
Christmas at Drane’s Store.
tailored suits. At Robinson's.
see the nice Myrtle Novelties. They will begin a meeting
Lex Cope, bookkeeper, was up
For Sale.—Nearly new buggy make nice Christmas Presents.
Christian Church at Coquille Jan.
Grand Christmas ball at the and harness, and good bay mare,
from the McGee mine at Riverton
Steve Reed and A. M. Russell, 1 st.
Heazlet Theater. A big time for weight 950 lbs., very gentle. $150,
the first of the week.
of the South Fork, were down late
Come and bring your friends
yi - down.
Best boiled cider for the Clirits-
Preaching as usual Suuday.
Miss Madge Yoakam, of Myrtle
mas mince pies at Prane's Store.
Head quarters for Santa Claus tered Berkshire female hog from
sermon at eleven a. ni.
Point, returned from California by at the Racket.
See his sign on
Miss Gleun Machado, of Myrtle
T. B M c D onald ,
the Elizabeth yesterday.
Point, visited Mrs. M. Nosier, of
weighed over 400 pounds.
A good thing for you to remem
S. Dominighini, the dairyman
this city a day or so last week.
Remember the Christmas dishes
ber until Christmas Rose’s Cash who bas lived near Arago the past
Wanted,— All kinds i f Futs by Store, Coquille, Oregon.
P resbyterian Church.
and radium glassware at Ander
few years, has moved to Lampa
Geo. Y. Monition, Coquille, Oregon.
son’s —Store open evenings.
Fish’s furniture factory is the for the prebent,
There will be services as usual '
Laird’s Furniture Store will be
place to get your Myrtle Novelties
P. E. Drane has purchased the
For fruit, ornamental trees, ber
kept o(5en evenings till after the
next Sunday morning at it and in
or Xmas. Nothing nicer.
ries, rose bushes aud shrubbery stock of goods of the C. A. M. ft the evening at 7:30.
M. Co in the First National Bank
give Geo. T. Moulton your order.
Capt. W ilcox, of McKinley, had
Bible School at to All are in-
Building. The store will be con
hose. They will wear longer than
business at MarBbfield the middle
Please be prompt.
sny other hose on the mamet. A
Fetter, who was down from Myr ducted at tha same place by Oliver
of last week and returned by way Lyons & Jones.
tle Point Saturday, made our of WilBon for the present.
of this city, Friday.
Mrs. W. J. W ilcox, of this city,
Brush sets, vases, jardineres, cut
fice a pleasant call while in town.
house keeping rooms
For a good second-hand Singer returned Wednesday from Coaledo
sewing machine, call at the H ek -
where she had been visiting with
dress silks, waistings, etc., at the over one hundred fine cups and Nosier & Moulton.
a l d office.
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Chas. W il White House Saturday
Call and saucers to select from at the Racket
Mr. ami Mrs. Chas. Schroeder
F. F. Eddy of Bullards, who had
were down to Coquille for a visit
If you want pictures for the holi
Jeff Wilson aud daughter, Miss been to Portland to attend the
with relatives and friends, return days. come now. Dean’s S'udi
Florence, who went to San Fran State Dairymau’s Uui"n, returned
ing home Wednesday.
open every d»y except Sunday
cisco by the Fifield, returned Sat last neck
He was accompanied
You can g< t pictures in any finish
F. L. Lywe, the ship builder,
of style at Dean s Sfu dio. All work was a passenger from the Bay by urday by the same boat, going no by his daughter, Miss Harriet, and
farther than that city.
little niece, Katherine Gilbert who
the Monday morning train, and
See Hersey’s fine line of books. visited her papa, A. G. Gilbert,
the genial proceeded to Bandon by the W ol
Boys’, girls’, and children’s books. who is chief clerk at tbe Salem
agent of the steamer Ellzibeth, of
AI 90 books of fiction, albums and postoffice.
Bandon, was in town Friday look
You will always find what you post card boxes.
ing after business matterò.
For a job of first-class Mending,
are looking for in gentlemen’s up-
Sweet Bros, have rented the Dying or Cleaniug, or a new suit
Christmas is coming, we have ot-date clothing at Robinson’s Store.
Ranch to Silva Domtnigdtni and tailored, call at the rear of the
initial handkerchief for men. Rob
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mootnaw
will leave Jan. 1st. Will is in the Pharmacy buildiDg. K. Holverson.
started for Hubbard, Oregou, Sun
Alvah Custer of this city, who
Bank of Bandou. Alfred and Ar
Mrs. Alfred Johnson, Jr., re day evening.
They will visit Mr.
has been in Portlsnd for several
turned from Portland by the M’ s brother, Capt. J. C. Moomaw thur will come to Coquille.
We make a specialty of dishes of months attending an institution of
Breakwater on Thursday. She aud and family.
kinds. Hand painted, havnland learning with the expectation of be
her children had been up to see
For Sale.—Three timber-claim ami all grades of high class china, coming a pharmacist, returned
her brother, Ed Boyrie and family.
relinquishments. E. E- M okoan , at Hersey’s Racket Store
home for a vacation during the
Watch for the big posters an
B axter H otel .
The blacksmith shop heretofore holidays.
He will return after
nouncing the New Year’s ball at
A. E- Hadsall, the Bandon sur conducted by S. H. McAdams bas January first.
he Hazlet Theatre.
veyor, woo had been to Myrtle been taken over by Chas. I. Kime
For Sale. — Full blooded while
Dr. and Mrs. Johnson, of Myr
Point to do some surveying in and Fred Yen Pegert, Mr. Mc Leghorn roosters.
tle Point, were passengers from
from business. trom poultry farms at Havward, Cal.
that, section, having completed the Adams retiring
Portland bv tiro last Breakwater.
T. P H anley .
Messrs. Kime and Von Pegert arc Price $2 each
work, returned Friday.
Mrs. Johnson had been there seve
Go to the Silk sale at the White
ral weeks visiting r. latives and
House next Saturday. A beautiful valley anil require no introduction of St lames Sunday School will be
friends, and the Doctor went up
line of silks, Dresden and waistings, to the people by us.
held on Christmas eve, on which oc
reeontly to accompany her home.
dress silks a specialty. Call.
N ow is the time to get your hol casion the Presbyterian School will
Collar boxes, plaques, and many
The Modern Woodman camp of iday pictuies. Dean’s Studio. Hours join with them, the exercises being
other beautiful pieces for burnt this city, bas out bills for a social 9. to 12 a. m. 1. to 5. p. m. Open in commcn, but each school hav
work at M. H. Hersey's Racket
dance to be given on Christmas eve. every day except Sunday.
ing its own tree and gifts. All
Mrs. Alex Adams, of Myrtle Point members of these congregations, to
It will be given in the lodge room
Alfred Johnson, Sr., nnd daugh in the new Laird brick building. went to Bandon Wednesday to be gether with their friends are cor Cabinets
ter, Miss Esther, and daughter-in- They will surely have a Dice time with her husband who was recent dially invited to be present.
law, Mrs. E. E. Johnson, arrived for those who enjoy the dance.
ly so severely injured while work,
Call and see our line of bats as
from San Francisco by the steamer
Lost.— At Basket Ball Friday
you will waul a new one for Xmas
Fifield on Saturday.
Mr. E- E. night, a maple leaf gold brooch. first thought that Mr. Adams could and we can fit you with tbe latest Rockers
Johnson arrived the day following, Suitable reward will be paid for its not recover, but as he is still alive style Thorought at Lyons’ &
behaving come by say of Portland recovery. Leave at this office.
aod gained consciousness, some Jones’.
and the over land route from Rose-
Married.—In this city, Decern-1 1 hopes are held out for his recov-
Watt Guerin, of Myrtle Point,
ber 17 th, 1910 , Mr. Gunnar John-j j ery.
returned Monday from California
Savory seamless roasters st Laird’s
Wishing you a
M erry Christmas
Happy New Year
The Golden M e
C. H. CLEAVES
We wish to thank our many customers for
their liberal patronage accorded us during 1910,
and wish them
A MERRY CHRISTMAS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
I ROSE’S CASH STORE
The proximity of the coming of
Santa Glaus naturally makes one
think of some appropriate a gift.
Christmas time brings with it
thoughts of Home.
No more appreciative present can be given than
some article of FURNITURE. Something of taste
and utility. A few suggestions:
son and Miss Anna Carlson, Judge
E .G. D. Holden officiating. These
young people begin their married
life under the most pleasing cir-
cumstances, with the best wishes
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Skeels re of many friends.
turned from tbeir extended trip to
If you did not get any of the
Portland, where Mrs. Skeels un
boiled cider at Thanksgiving for
derwent operations, and has been
in a critical condition at times. mince pies get some for Christmas.
They visited their daughter, Mr». Drane keeps the Diamond W brand.
Our Chri.d in.is
men’ s, Ladies' and children's hand-
kerchiefs have arrived, Robinson’s
We can take good pictures on
dark days but it takes longer to fin
] ish them up. Get your holiday
work now. Dean’s Studio, open
j everyday except Sunday.
to spend his holiday vacation with
relatives and Iriends at home. He
has teen with a governmant Geo
detic survey pany for several years
and bas been in California for a
J. A. S. McDonald, a late arri
number of months He is looking
val from Montana, was in town
He tells us that Chas.
with his tarnily the first of the
Dodge who left Coos County re
Mr. McDonald has ar-
n nRed to take charge of the Riv-
trouble, had succeeded in finding a
erton Hotel and re-open that place
I physician who Jiad given him re
Capt. Dan Thompson came up to the public. This will be a
lief and that he expects to be home
from Sau Fraocieco the last of the great convenience to the many peo-
in a short time entirely well.
week by the Plant to Coos Bay, pie visiting Riverton, which owing
and on Saturday came over to take to the activity about the place npon
George Baxter, of Creswell. The
trip from Rosetoirg waa made
with their son-in-law, Fred Nos
ier, and which was in a le in three
days. She is improving, but is still command of the steamer Newport, the opening up of the m.nes, etc., for the b“ y Rnd Holls, doll buggies,
weak. Her many friends hope for now plying between the Coquille makes it very essential that the „toves, pianos
and Coos Bay, and which was town have a public boarding end toys for the girls at tbe Racket,
her early and complete recovery.
loaded with lumber ready for sea. lodging bouse.
Kersey’s Racket Store has now
Big Money- We want an agent
on display a full stock of holiday
Something fot the Gentlemen for
If its neckwear, rib on, handbags, iu every town; salary and Comrois-
goods. Evei body invited to come Christmas, a new suit of clothes,
fm br" idrj e" slon;
sion; references required; for full
and see the largest display ever over coats, ties, fancy hose, suspen- dress goods or any thing in the dry
ParIICU'®r8i address subscription
brought to Coquille.
open evenings until after the holi- itial Handkerchiefs or an up-to-date member Robinsou’s Store is the Dept., National Sportsman, Ino , 75
pair of shoes. Robinson’s Store, j place.
ederal FSt., Boston, Mass.
Hundreds of choice and distinc
tive articles for the home now on
display. A large assortment-splen
W . C. LAIRD
We Bid You Welcome
Complete House Furnisher.