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PHYSICIAN AND SURO EON.
eia Richmond -Murker Building.
Otilo.» rhum» Main 211.
Dr. C. IN. Endicott
Office over First National Bank
Phone Main 431.
The latest, smartest and up-to-date
Jim Jenkins was in town
styles in men's shoes just from the
Eastern factory. Robinson's Store.
For Sale— Wheat, oats and bar
'The Golden Rule." — C. H . Cleaves.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hutson
Light wagon for sale cheap at ley. E A. II imer, Arago. Phone
left ou this Fifield for Redding,
Cal. They expect to ho absent a
Don't forget the Herald’s bargain
Arthur Fish went to Bancroft month, visiting Mra. Hartsi n's sis
1 subscription offer.
Wednesday to spend a few daya ter and other relatives there.
root. with his brother.'
W. U. Douglis, president of the
Qeo. T. Moulton.
Dave Fox went down to River Coos Bay Home Telephone com
Mrs. Riley Clinton was a Marsh ton Wednesday. Dave expects to
pany, came over Wednesday morn
tield visitor Tuesday.
go to work down there.
ing and weut on down to Bandon,
Wanted— All kinds of furs by Goo.
Mrs. Henry Johnson and chil on business
T. Moulton. Coquille, Ore.
dren, of the lower river, came up
Mr. and Mrs. Geo Maiden of
New and 'resh groceries always Wedneaday for a fpw days visit
Point, came down to Co
on band at Drane's store.
quille Tuesday and visited with Mr.
Miss E. Pomeroy left ou this
L. H. Pearce a harness dealer at and Mrs. T. B. McDonald till Wed-
week’s Alliance lor Portland.
Myrtle Point, has returned from a desday morning, going on to
Reduce U corsets at Lyons &
combined pleasure and business Marshfield to visit for a few days.
Jones', the finest on the market.
trip to Portland.
Frank Burkholder, who suffered
LOCAL N EW S.
E. D, SPERRY
Attorney and Coanoellor at Law.
Office in Robinson Building
C. R. BARROIN
Attornoy and (Jounaellor at Law
Office Phono 335 Main
Residence Phono 346 Main
C it y ,
James Hatcher was a Coquille has moved to eastern Oregon.
The W. C. T U. will hold their
The new $900 Hupmobile is the first monthly meeting at the Methodist
visitor from Fairview last Friday.
touring car of 110-inch wheelbase, slid
New Hosiery— You will find the ing gear transmission and Bosch mag Church South Friday, Jan. 27,
at 2:30 P. M. All the members are
best hosiery In town at Lyons & neto to be sold for less than $1000.
requested to be present and any
For a job of first-class mending,
For Rent— New cottage in east
who are interested In this good
dying or cleaning, or a new suit
ern part of town. Inquire at this
tailored, call at the rear of the Phar work are invited.
,/. J. STANLEY
CoqUILLK, O be QON
N o ta b t P u b lic ,
N ota av P u b l ic ,
— h ------------- n z
Hall & Hall,
A ttorneys - at L a w ,
D ea loi in
R eal E stât a o f a ll kind s.
L aw yer ,
J usticb of tuk P eace
U. 8. Commissioner, General Insnranc*
Agent, and Notary Publio. Office
in Robinson Building.
M r s . G. R. WICKHAM
Phone Main 13X.
Board by Day, Weel^ or Month
Special Attention Paid to
the Traveling Public.
R. B. HOAG, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
C o q u il l e ,
P. F. DmDe closed out the Cun-
uingham stock in the First Nstional
Bank building the first of this witk
and moved the groceries, together
with the fixtures, to his owu store.
Mr. Draue became the possessor of
some very fine
through the deal which add to the
Geo. Clinton and wife, of Myrtle
attractiveness of his store.
Point, have been visiting friends in
Medicines that aid nature are al
town during the week and attend
ways most effectual. Chamberlain’s
ing the revival meetings at the Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It
allays the cough, relieves the lungs,
W. Albee, ol the Fishtrap coun quille Monday, en route houu from
try, was a business caller at the Hanford, Cal , where she had bien
Herald office Saturday.
visiting several months.
E. G. D. Holden
Lyons & Jones have the pure pine
apple juice at 25 cents per bottle
A nice cool drink.
When your children need shoeB re
member Robinson's Store carries the
largest stock in town.
S. M. Nosier is again agent for the
With the new stock just n, Rob old reliable De Laval Separators.
inson's Store has more shoes than they
Sample machine and extra parts
have shelf room for.
always on hand. Call in and see
Webfoot flour at Lyons & Jones’ the new improvements on them.
$1.65 per sack. Try one saek and
Miss Kate Farbcr, of M yrte
you will want another.
Point, visited a short time in Co
Coquille Valley Telephone com
Antouv Biases, of Arago, was pany.
John Liuderbeck and wife, of
a Coquille visitor Wednesday of
Arago, spent a couple of days the
Bird Nosier made a business trip first of the week visiting their
to Marshfield Tuesday, returning daughter, Mrs. Ray Dean aid
the same day,
A ttounky - a t - L a w ,
Do you know that fully nine out
of every ten cases of rheumatism are
simply rheumatism of the muscles
due to cold or damp, or chronic rheu
matism, and require no internal
treatment whatever? Apply Cham
berlain's Liniment freely and see
how quickly It gives relief. For sale
Miss Cora Burns will leave on
dny on business pertaining to the by all dealers.
macy building. K. Holverson.
For Sale— Three timber claim re
J. S. Lawrence, agent of the Ore
linquishments. E, E. Morgan, Bax
gon F'ire Relief Association, went
to Marshfield Wednesday morning
Have you tried a pair of those
Newport hose? 2 5c a pair at Lyons to adjust a loss for that company.
Frank Willard and J D. Clinton,
& Jones’ .
A. J. Sherwood,
O regon .
Ttieo. Berpan Shoe Mfff.Co.
Full line of ladies’ patent kid and
James Hervey, who spent the
gunmetnl pumps, catchy and up-to-date
holidays in San Francisco and Oak
styles just in at Robinson’s.
land, returned ou the last Fifield
Reservations for berths on the S.
and parsed through Coquille Tues
S. Elizabeth for San Francisco, call
day en route to his home at Lee.
at Fubrman’s Pharmacy.
Big Money— We want an agent In
For fruit, ornamental trees, ber
every town; salary and commission;
ries, rose bushes and shrubbery give
references required; for full partic
Geo. T. Moulton your order.
ulars address subscription depart
A shoe that is all In all, that perfect ment, National Sportsman, Inc., 75
shoe should be, such you can say ol Federal St., Boston, Mass.
that new stock at Robinson’s Store.
When buying a cough medicine for
Harry Folsom, with the Modern children bear in mind that Chamber
company, of Marshfield, was in lain’s Cough Remedy is most effec
town Monday and Tuesday of this tual for colds, croup and whooping
cough and that it contains no harm
ful drug. For sale by all dealers.
Try a pair of those Newport hose.
When given as soon as the croupy
They will wear longer than any other
hose on the market. At Lyons & cough appears Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy will ward »ff an attack of
croup and prevent all danger and
For Sale— Nearly new buggy and
harness, and good bay mare, weight cause of anxiety.
mothers use It successfully. Sold by
950 pounds; very gentle; $150, one-
Constipation is the cause of many
Osgood Sboup refuitud from
ailments and disorders that make
Marshfield last Friday morning,
life miserable. Take Chamberlain's
where behndbeen visiting a few Stomach and Liver Tablets, keep
your bowels regular and you will
Geòrgie Johnson went down to avoid these diseases. For sale by
Bandon last Saturday for a weeks all dealers.
The steamer Alliance arrived at
visit with her cousin, Sam Johnson,
ths bay Monday and reported a
This was her
Agnes Tupper arrived Saturday good trip down.
from the Perkins ranch, below Ban- first trip down for about two weeks,
The CelebratedJiergmann Shoe
having been on the dry docks at
The Strongest and Nearest Water don, and will speud a week visiting Portlaud undergoing repairs.
Proof shoe made for loggers, miners
Quick & Curry make the galvan
prospectors and mill men.
For sale— One good Buck range,
ized screen door; standard sizes on
621 Thurman Street
nearly good as new; address Mrs. hand; special sizes made In short
P ortland , O reoon .
H L. Stephens, Fishtrap, or phone order. Also handy, adjustable win
Farmer 5 - 1 .
dow screens, Ironing boards, sleeve
You can get anything you want cream man at Myrtle Point, has thought that an operation will be
In the grocery line at Lyons & Jones. sold out to Barklow & Panter, and necessary.
W. H. BOYLE
Estimates gladly furnished. i|
Call on or address at Coquille
opens the secretions and aids nature
In restoring the system to a healthy
condition. Thousands have testified
to its superior excellence. Sold by
Miss May Wall, a trained nurse
from Marshfield, who has been as-
sistiug in caring for Mrs. W. T.
Goulder and daughter during their
recent illness, rr turned home Tues-
dry morning. Miss Wall has been
with the family of Rev. Goulder for
thirteen weeks tfnd has proven a
most efficient and conscientious
Notice is hereby given that the
regular semi-anaua! examination of
all applicatns for state and couniy
papers will be given by the county
board of examiners of this county
in my office iu Coquille, beginning
February 8, 1911 at 9 a. m., and
continuing three days.
Dated this ¿ 3 rd day of Jan. 1911.
W. H. Bunch,
You will have to see this car to appreciate the extraordinary value offere 1 for $903.
to give y,,a a demonstration at your convenience
I. R. Nosier
Our mating9 have produced stand
ard-bred specimens of exhibition qual
ity with records of 242, 227, 222 eggs in
Baby Chicks and Eggs for hatching
Book your orders now for spring de
livery. A few cockerels from heavy lay.
ing stock for $5 00.
Plymouth Place, Poultry Yards
The Hupmobile will do anything or boards, bread boards, drain boards
FRED BACHMAN, Prop.
go anywhere a heavier car can do or and meat safes.
go; and stand abuse which their dead
J. B. Marshall, the pioneer mer
«eight cannot stand,
N O T IC E TO T A X P A Y E R S .
chant of Bandon, visited over Sun
Mrs. T. B. McDonald and Mary
Spalding went to Marshfield Thurs
day morning to attend the funeral
of the latter's mother.
day with his sister, Mrs. 0 . R
Taxes for the year of 1910 are due
Mr. Marshall has just
and payable on or after February 1st.
sold out his grocery business and 1911. Three per cent rebate up to
will retire to a fine home near March 15th. From March 15th to April
Bob McKenzie, of Port Orford, town.
3rd pay taxes at face.
There will 're no further notice of the
came up Monday aDd will spend
The annual stockholders meeting j
of taxes due sentout by mail,
several days visiting here and at of the Coquille Valley Telephone1
except where the taxpayers request It
other points in the county.
company will be held at the court !
Coquille, O n
To make good rusk add to two
cups of raised dough a cup of sugar,
two ounce* of butter, two well beat
en eggs and knead into a rather
stiff dough. Cover and set to rise
and when light mold into small bis
cuit, place closely together in a but
tered biscuit pan, cover and set to
rise again, and when light brush
the top lightly with a little while
of egg, sift sugar and a little cinna
mon or chopped almonds over them j
and bake in a bread oven for from |
thirty to forty-five minutes.
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000
A Reasonable Share of Your Business Solicit
First Class Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent
R. E.SHINE, Vlt< • ics
0. C SANFORD, Asst. Cashier
L. H. HAZARD, Cashier
F IR S T N A T IO N A L B A N K
C O qU IIibH , OREGON.
My wife, Mrs. A. M. Magill, having
l<$ft my bed and board, notice Is
Board of Directora.
hereby given that the undersigned U. (J. Dement,
A. J. Sherwood,
will not pay any debts contracted by
L. II. Hazard,
R. E. Shine.
A. M. Magill, Eden Valley.
J. L. L A IR D , Proprietor.
Leaves Myrtle Point daily at 8 o’cl' i k
p. m., carrying mail and passengers.
Arrives at Roseburg following evening.
Stage leaves Roseburg daily at at 6 a.
m. Special rigs for parties at any time.
Laird’s Livery Barn, Myrtle Point
Home Telephone 461.
Farmers Telephone 156
TH E B A XTER HOTEL
Lay In your winter’s supply while
Alder— the best on the
market, $2 a tier delivered. Phone
One fifteen horse-power Fair-
banks-Morse stationary gasoline en
gine, new. At a bargain If sold at
once. Address R. W. Squire, Pros
For a nice, fresh salmon, right
from the river, call aft the ferry.
They are to be had each morning.
National Bank o Commerce, New York C
Crocker Woolworth N’lBank, San Frm n
First Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland
A country 3tore with poetofflee In
A good, new building
2 4x30 feet, good business and acre
tract of land. Inquire at the Herald
T ran sacta a General B an kin g Busine ss
New management, new service and a new system. It is
the hope of the present managers to make of the B A X T E R
a first class hotel in every sense of the word. Your patron
age is solicited and, if given, your wants will be eared for in
the most satisfactory manner possible.
H A R R I N G T O N & ROBERTS, Props.
Formerly of the Skookum Restaurant
rou NA 1 .R.
Three homestead relinquishments,
nquire of B. Folsom.
at home when it is just as
cheap to buy it at the City
Bakery? Save yourself the
work and worry.
bread every day.
We also have fresh cakes,
pies and fancy pastry con
stantly on hand, or will
hake anything to order on
Lodges and social gather
ings supplied with all kinds
of good things. Phone 370 .
AN EDISON PHONOGRAPH?
We haye them in all kinds, from the Gem
at»$ 12.50 to the Amberola at $200.00. A
complete book of records always ou hand
E. C. BAR K ER & CO.
River Towing &. Freighting j
The gasoline boat Limit is now owned
and operated by the undersigned, and
will do a general towing and freighting
business on the river. Can he chartered
Stevens & Root, Coquille, Ore.
and furnish a list of the property on
BeaverS Chad wicl\
the only up-to-date
P A PE R
Give us a call
and we will make good.
R. M. ID rton, who was employed
in the Herald office several moDths
ago, is now editor and manager of
the Chelan Leader, Chelan, Wash.
house in this city, Feb. 6. 1911 , at which they desire to pay.
W. W. GAGE,
10:30 a. m , for the electiou of of
Sheriff and Tax Collector.’
ficers and transaction of other busi
A letter received from Mr. Dean
states that they are located at Ar-
leta, one of the reaidence districts
o f Portland. Mr. Dryden has ac
cepted a position in a printing of
fice ìd Newberg and is now living
Mrs. John Leueve and son Lau-
son, left on the Fifield this morn-|
ing for San Francisco, and from
there will go to Phoenix, Arizona.
They are going for the benefit of
Mrs. Leneve’a health and will be
gone for an indefinite time.
J. 8. Lyons has received a sample
Fairbanks-Morse new 1911 model
gas engine and has the same on ex
hibition on the floor of his garage
on Front street. He Invites anyone
Interested to call and see It. He
has the agency for this engine for
R S. KN OW LTON , President
GEO. A. ROBINSON, V. Pi
R. H. MAST, Cashier
J. SHERWOOD Prêt.
When you want a separator that will
not get out of balance, get a Simplex,
which has the self-adjusting neck bear
ing. They are displacing all other
makes. For sale by
GEO. E. PEOPLES.
nice housekeeping rooms,
with pantry and hath. Inquire of
t take pleasure in announcing to Nosier & Moulton.
We will bj pie m l
the general public that I have
opened a wholesale and retail hay,
grain Hour, feed and seed house,
q;id respectfully solicit a share of
I will carry in
stock a full line of the above at all
S. M. Nosier, Coquille, Ore.
He is making a satis
Seed oats for sale. Apply to W. church and visit for a few days.
S. Eachus, Belieu place, near Arago.
F. C. Folsom, the caudy and ice factory recovery and it is not
Office in Richmond-Barker Building.
White Spray and Webfoot flour
C. H. Nos'er anil family came a severe attack of appendicitis a
$1.65 per sack at Lyons & Jones’.
If you are looking for bargains in down from Bridge Tuesday to at couple of weeks ago, was down
tend the minting at the Cbr stian town for the first time Monday
shoes, Robinson's Store is the place.
IN. C. CHASE,
afin the Worlil
W a s h c a lo r e
CAPT. PETERSON. Master
W ill make regular trips between
Bandon and San Erancisco
C arry in g Freight, Etc.
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