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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 28, 1910)
LOCAL N E W S .
There is no grade or lull il at can John Neilson. ol Prosper, re
Savory stu.mlees roasters at Laird's Th« Herald Changea Hände
ihe Hupmobile Touring tum id Thursday Irom a visit with
Light wagon for sale cheap st With thi* ¡«sue of I lie H e *ALD Car.
A Happy New Veai,
relatives aud frle ide at Coos Bay
the undersigned sever their connec
'The Golden Rule.-’—C. H Cleaves. The Coquille Soda Works has tion with this paper. J E Updike, Mrs. U. J Rice, of Marshfield, L. J. Roberts, of the Myrtle
C L. Johnson was up from Lim- resh sweetjrider ou band.
a late arrival from Portland, having CJme over Monday and visi'cd rel- Point Enterpiise, was in town
pa on Monday.
Monday on his way to Bandon
White Spray and Webb Foot taken over the plant, will be ite a,ives in this city,
George Colvin was dowu from Flour
< 1.60 per sack st Lyons’ A publisher in the future. Having Mr. A R Knowlton and M ihs business.
Aasen’s camp Monday.
been in the work of publishing U a Hbuter, of Bandon, were mar.
I, iii~ Shorn * s was down from Dr H orison, the Myrtle Point this psper almost constantly for ried ¡0 this city on Friday of last
(tiuml Ford lust Thurt*dny.
v« torai.sry, was at ihe Bay one more than twenty-eight years, it is wpek
deem* d advisable to make a change Mr. and Mrs. Tlios Hull, of Riv
Dr. W* furore »18 down to Co- day Iasi week
quill from Myrtle Point Monday. John B. L'""l>, the nba'rseter, for ourselves, while other mem a n erton, were in Coquille Thursday
of the family are desirous of resid doing Christmas shopping and
Tile steamer Newport went out made a trip to Portland l>y last
elsewhere fora time at least greeting friends.
of the Coqnille for Ceos Bav Mon week’s Breakwater. He saw Col. Portluuil
Siuiili on hi* trip, whom he reports at pre-ent. being the objective point Grant Bunch is home from attend
Mrs. D. S House, of Itiverton, about 'he same ns he »as when he We desire here to express our ance at a Portland d>jntal college to
did hlioppii g in Coquille W ednes Lit here.
gratitude to onr friends and pat -1 eDJ°y the holidays with his p 11
Big M onry — We want an agent runs
A safe and certain
for past favors, and trust that ents and friends.
Nettie Belloui is borne from the in every town; salary and Conuuie- Mr. Updike will be accorded even Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nosier, of
University at Eugene for the holi sion; references required; for full greater consideration. He is a Bridge, took Christmas with the
particulars, address subscription thorough newspaper man, a practi latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Dept., National Sportsman, Inc, 76 cal printer and publisher of exper ¡Skeels, of this city. of
Mrs. E. E Hayes, ofNorth Bend, ederal
GUARANTEED FOR LIFE
came to Coquille Monday to see
ience whom we feel perfectly .afe M. G. Pohl, the Bandon garden
For Sale.—Three timber-claim in giving the highest recommenda
er, had business in Coquille on
fect and are the best
Dr. J. L Masson, veteruary sur relinquishments. E. E- M organ , tions to our frien Is
day cold rem
D. F. D ean .
geon, was at the county seat on
many old friends while in town.
A REMARKABLE PRICE— $ 9 0 0 — REINFORCED
BY A REMARKABLE GUARANTEE
Harvey Atkison passed through Chriatmas has come and passed,
John Dimmitt, engineer at C. C. and
The size of the Hupmobile Touring Car; the power
Johnson’s mill, was up to Coquille Thursday, having come down from leaving memories of thatmemor arge eugine in the mill at this place,
developes; the ease with which it rides; the gen-
by the Breakwater. They minds of the little folks of all aud are preparing the mill to run
Dr. M. V. Forest, of Myrtle Portland
of the equipment, including the Bosch mag
independently of the boiler and en-
Point, had business in Coquille on were formerly from Oklahoma. civilized countries Christmas trees giue which were injured in the ex
the shock absorbers on the front springs;
Reservations for berths on the were enjoyed in nearly all the plosion which occurred last July.
Thursday of last week.
all these things tell you unmistakable that at 1900
L. H. Pearce, the Myrtle Point S. S. Elizabeth for San Francisco, churches in this city besides nmnv
represents Unprecedented value.
homes. The one at the South
harness rann, returned from the
before such a Car at such a Price: With such
B iy on Wednesday.
Mrs. W M Kay, of Riyerton,-
was among Coquilte s many Cbrist- town Wednesday en route to Ban or trees, being arranged in a very
beautiful manner. There were
nms shoppeis on Wednesday.
S.iunn, of Bandon will spend about a dozen of the trees, arranged
R. W. Squire, of Bandon, came gie
Hupmobile Distributors for Coos County.
the holidays among former friends along the curved edges of two
up the middle of last week and con and
tinued his trip to the Buy, having Orvil Dodge was down from cresent-shsped
Myrtle Point yesterday to see bis ter, aud these platforms were mov.
Baled hsy for sale. J. C Wat new
for the young chap who in
great-grundson, the baby boy able and were set with the open
sists on something different.
Mr. aud Mrs. Bud Mansell. Mr.
S. B Cathcart. the surveyor and of
Dodge will start for California to the audience. Ttiis gave the tress
The low-cut College Button pattern is an exclusive
eivil engtueet, had business over see his daughter, Mre. Ross Deyoe the appearence of one large tree.
and fits perfectly.
from Marshfield on Wednesday who wss recently injured in a run The decorations were all placed on
of last week.
High arch and heel , raised toe —
away accident, getting an ankle the inside of the circle, end when
the audience appeared in the
Big dauce New Year’s eve at the broken.
Everything that a nobby shoe should have and u
For fruit, ornamental trees, ber church, the tree gave the appear-
Mrs Art Johnson and Mrs. Dun- ries, rose bushes aud shrubbery ence of being perfectly bare, which
caused tunny disappoi* ted looks,
kloy, of Bandon, vi-ited Mrs. M.
Nosier, of this city, last week The basket ball teams of (hi- b'rt ns the time arrived for the di**
A complete showing at $5
while in town for a few days.
city and that of Bandon took part in trilmtion of presents, a great num
Some fe ti styles : : : $6
New and fresh groceries always a livelv contest at Bandon Saturday ber of electric lights among the
f S l ’lS o F
n hands at Dranes Store.
evening The young men of Co- trees were turned on, aud two per
Married —At the Judge’s study quille wou out over those of Ban sona who were out of sight opera
in the city, Dec. 2 otb. 1910 , Mr. don, while the girls of Bandoo ted the platforms, which were
Samuel Whetstone, and Mrs. Jen wrested the laurels from the Co drawn apart at a point toward the
SECOND STREET, COQUILLE, OREGON
audience, opening the trees up like
C O M P L E T E H O U S E F U R N IS H E R .
nie F. Haga; E. G. D. Holden of quille girls.
Reduce U Corsets at Lyons’ A
Claus standing in the center,
Dance the old year out, at the Jones’, the finest on the market. Santa
the sides of the treee
Mrs, W. W Sanders, of this city, bearing the decoration and pres
J. E. Doyle was down from the returned last week from Portland ents. It was in deed a beantiful
Gravel Ford section on Thursday accompanied by her daughter, Mias sight.
and extended his trip to the Bay, Verlie, who wed to the city to con
where he spent the holidays with sult physicians concerning an oc-
cular trouble from which she has Near Riverton, December, 20,
Seed oats for sale. Apply to W. been suffering. She ia much im 1910, Miss Hilda Donaldson, aged
S. Eachus, Belieu place near Arago. proved.
fifteen years, one month and twelve
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cox, of You can get anything you wan days. The funeral services were
the grocery line at Lyons’ A conducted at the South Methodist
Bandon, spent Christmas with the in J ones.
latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. A1
on the 2 1 st, conducted by
Beaver A Chadwick, the churoh
Flanders, and other relatives and
T. Goulder, and the inter
new painting firm, now looated in ment took
friends in town.
place in the Masonic
Wanted,—All kinds of Furs by what is known as the Pharmacy cemetery at this place. The cause
Geo. T. Moultion, Coquille, Oregon. building, are doing some very nioe of death wm a complication of
work of late, among which is Clyde troubles from which she had been
Mrs. L. Cochran, of this city, Gage’s
automobile and a number of e sufferer all her life. The re
who has been to P ortland for the nice buggies
and other rigs. These mains were followed to their last
purpose of consulting physicians, men are thorough
painters and any resting place by a large number of
returned home Thursday, some thing in their line
Her parents have the
what improved in health.
their care will be properly looked friends.
Laird’s Furniture Store will be after.
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kept open evenings till after the For a job of first-class Mending, M ethodist
Dying or Cleaning, or a new suit
Miss Ruth Harris, of Sumner, tailored, call at the rear of the A farewell servioe to an old friend
We wish to thank our many
visited with her friend, Miss Birdie Pharmacy buildiog. K. Holverson. will be held this Thursday evening
Barker, of this city from Saturday John Benham started Monday 7.30 at the church.
for Camas Valley, having Mr. Arthur Knowlton and Miss
till Monday when she went to Myr evening
Customers for their kind appre-
word his uncle, Pete Mar-
tle Point to see Mrs. J. L. Masson. received
tindale bad passed awsv on the Ida M. Huntley were united in
With the Hupmobile Touring moring previous. Mr. Martindale marriage at the Parsonage, Friday,
ciation shown us in the past.
Car at $900 there is no chance for had been a sufferer from lung and December 23d. They are residents
troubles for several years. of North Bend.
a mistake hecauees the lifelong stomach
was about 28 years The children and young people
guarantee eliminates that chance of Mr. age Martindale
And wish you all a Happy New
and has many friends in this acquitted
A. E. Kruse, the shipbuilder,, oounty as well as about his home the Christmas entertainment.
came over from the Ray Thursday in Douglas.
of them have considerable
and proceeded to the lower river. Try a pair of those Newpor Some
They will wear longer than elocutionary gifts.
He informed ua that his shingle hose.
hoee on the marxet. A A sermon to the members of my
mill near the Moore lumber mill, is Lyons A Jones.
next Sunday morning.
going up in good shape and that Mrs. Chas. Peterson, of River church
Things lost and
he expected it to be running in ton, passed through this citv Wed found by evening,
a short time.
nesday on her return from Monta- 1910
Watch for the big posters an que, California, where she bad been League service 6.30.
nouncing the New Year's ball at to see her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E- Class
meeting after morning ser
J. Price, her sister, Mrs. John
he Hazlet Theatre.
Fonlkes and brother, Ed Price, vice. J. B. Sweet class leader.
The steamer Areata went to sea former
residents of the Coqnille, ' The Pastor wishes a happy new
Monday with her second cargo and who
sends by her regards yMr to all the people of Coquille. 1
of coal from the Gage mioe at Riv and well wishes
to their many
E S. M ace I
erton. She was again bothered j fjoo* county triends.
some by the shallow bars on the j For Sale.—Nearly new buggy j
The W . C. T. U.
lower river, but has no trouble on j and harness, and good bay mire,
the bar. It is hoped that the j weight 950 lbs., very gentle. $150, Will hold their mother’s meet
dredger will soon be brought from
ing Fridey, December 30th at 2.30
the Bay and deepen two or three j The Hupmobile is the only 4 cyl o'clock at the M. E Church. Other
short shoals and she will have no j inder Tourimg Car under $1000, business will also be disruseed. All
further trouble, and even carry|
sliding gear transmission, are requested to be present.
several hundred tons more coal. with
Bosch magneto and shock absor A four passenger Touring Car
For Sale —Full blooded white bers.
Its wheel-base of 11Q inches will arrive about the 20th of Jinn-
Leghorn roosters. Egg 8 direct
from poultry farmsjit Ha ward, Cal. is longer than any car offered at the ary, for I. R. Nosier A Co. Hop-
. mobile agents for Coos County,
Price $2 each- T. " P- i I aslxï . paice.
A H appy and
P r o sp e r o u s
N ew Y ear
UNOWLTON’S Drug Store j
Runabout and Touring Car
I. R. Nosier & Co
We wish to express a word
of appreciation of the splen
did business given us in 1910.
It was the highest compli
ment you could have paid us.
We are not unmindful, we
L Y O N S & JO N E S
W . C. LAIRD,
C. BARKER & CO.