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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1911)
LOCAL N E W S.
Mlsa Vlrla Moody la visiting with
relatives at North Bend this week.
i'll VfiK'lAN AND 8UKGKON.
Good Burbank seed potatoes for
D. A. Jones, of Marshfield, waa a
In Coquille. C. A, Pendle
U Ho e iu Ktohmaud-Uarku Unilding.
Coquille visitor Wednesday.
ton, phone 3X
OonoiLLi, U hkoon .
If you hav< well-located land or
Gillo ■ Phon« Maia 211.
ered at your house for |1.25 a load
a g ood business proposition for sale
Charles LaChapelle was over from
at reasonable price, write
I Marshfield yesterday.
at once, enclosing self addressed
Seed oata for sale. Apply to W.
Dr. C. W. Endicott
S. Eachus, Belleu place, near Arago. Btamped envelope for reply (own
ers only). Address J. C. Ross. 816
Reservations for berths on the S.
Second Ave. So.. Minneapolis, Minn.
S. Elizabeth for San Francisco, call
° * » * «ver First National Hank
at Fuhrman’s Pharmacy.
House and two lots for sale: lots
Large three-year-old colt for sale.
-‘‘‘iir«« VUin 431.
11 and 12, block 50, Elliott's ad
C. A, Pendleton, phono 3X.
Price $400. Phone 3X.
John Johnson and family, who
of Myrtle Point,
have been living in town, have now came down to Coquille Saturday, re
moved to their ranch, about a mile turning home Monday.
£■ D, SPERRY
For Sale— Wheat, oats and bar
A itorn ey ami Oonnoellor nt L ai
Rev. Dr. J. T. M. Knox, of Marsh ley. E. A. Wimer, Arago.
Offlo* in R obinson Building
field, will be the speaker of the day 5XX.
at the meeting of the Coquille Edu
John Miller went tt) Marshfield
cational League next Friday after- Monday morning, returning in the
afternoon with his mother, Mrs. S.
w . c . CHASE,
For sale — One good Buck range J. Miller, who has been at the hos
nearly good as new; address Mrs pital in Marshfield for the past five
H. L. Stephens, Flshtrap, or phone weeks.
Mrs. Miller Is much Im
Uffloe in liichuioiid-H’irker Building.
proved in health.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Arneson
You can't miss it by going to
family, accompanied by Miss Dean, Robisons any day.
drove down from Myrtle Point Sun
0. R. BARROW
Misses Ruby and Pearl Watkins,
day to visit friends.
of Marshfield, came over Saturday
Attorney und Counsellor nt Law
F. C. True was a Myrtle Point and stayed till Monday, being the
Office Phone 335 Main
business visitor Tuesday.
guests of Miss Eva Sugg.
Resilience I’honc 346 Main
For Rent— Six rsorn house, good
Now is the time to plant
CoquiLL* C ity , Gan | garden lot with fruit and berries. sets. You can get them at Lyons &
Inquire at Herald office or at J. Jones.
O. Fish'S furniture factory.
______ I _
Mra. C. E. McCurdy and children,
E. E. Johnson went to Marsh of this city, visited In Marshfield
J. J . STANLEY
field Monday on a business visit, from Friday till Monday.
returning home Tuesday afternoon.
Quick & Curry make the galvan
J. E. Paulsen had business which ized screen door; standard sizes on
called him to Marshfield the first hand; special sizes made in short
Martin b u ild in g
F r o n t S lic e
of the week.
order. Also handy, adjustable win
Hood roads will soon be here. dow screens, Ironing boards, sleeve
Get your order In for a car. New boards, bread boards, drain boards
and second hand cars for sale at and meat safes.
A. J. Sherwood,
Frank Morse was a Myrtle Point
Don't forget the Easter luncheon visitor Monday.
N o t a b t P u b l ic ,
Fresh garden seeds and onion
served by the ladles of the M. E
church at Mrs. Richmond's on Sat sets at Lyons & Jones.
Miss Mary Davenport has accept
urday,, April 15th, from 4 to 8 p
ed the position lately vacated by
m. Price 20c. Ice cream, 10c.
The Epworth League of the M. Miss Ella Johnson, at the Golden
E. church will hold their yearly con Rule.
A t t o r n k t - a t - L a w .
Don’t miss It— See Robinson’s
vention at this place on April 21,
N o t a r y I’ o u l io ,
22 and 23. A pleasant as well as shoe window this week.
Miss Kate Farber, who is em
helpful time is being looked forward
to, i as the chapter has been ployed in the office of the Farmers
augmented lately by the arrival of Telephone company, has returned to
her work after a vacation of sev
Hall & Hall,
President Anderson’s son.
A tto bn b ys - at L a w ,
Robinson is giving shoes away—
and Web Foot now selling at $1.50
Dealei in U r a l E st a t e o f all kinds.
per sack. Every sack guaranteed, see his window.
Howard Frazee, nephew of Mrs.
at Lyons & Jones.
Mrs. Richmond has Just heard J. A. Collier, arrived Saturday from
from her brother, who left some his home at Moscow, Idaho, and will
E. G. D. Holden
time ago for Yuma Desert.
Mr. visit here for some time.
L aw ybb ,
J us TICI or THR P*AOr
H. 8. iJomrnissioûer. General Insurance
Ag*nt, and Notary Publie. Office
in Robinson Building.
DR. K. A. LEEP
PHYSICIAN ANI) SURGEON
First National Bank Building
R. B. HOAG, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
C oquille ,
O regon .
Gould has found, to hts mind, an
Ideal spot, and has sent for his wife
and child. He says they will stay a
year to try the climate.
Look over our new line of mus
lin underwear, at Lyons & Jones.
Flora Nellie Baxter, little daugh
ter of Mr. and MrB. George Baxter,
got her arm hurt quite badly Sun
day evening so Mrs. Baxter was not
able to leave for her home at Cres-
well Tuesday, as she expected to do.
Earl Slingsby, grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Davenport, of this
city, returned to his home In Myrtle
Point Monday, after a visit here of
Geo. W. Magill, who lives above
Myrtle Point, was a visitor in this
city Tuesday on land business.
Captain Anderson, of the Salva
tion Army, was over from Marsh
field Wednesday in the Interest of
Dont' forget when down town to
drop in at Robinson's.
Mr. Mears, of Roseburg, occupied
the pulpit last Sunday at the M. E.
church. South to the delight of all
Jh e Celebrated Bergmann Shoe who heard him.
The Strongest and Nearest Water
Some good second hand cars for
iProof shoe made for loggers, miners sale at Lyons 'garage. Bargains,
prospectors and mill men.
If taken at once.
t i l l Thurman Street
Mr. and Mrs. E. A .Howatt and
P ortland , O re « o *.
little son left Wednesday morning
for Portland, where Mr. Howatt has
accepted a position.
Howatt was filer at the Randolph
Lumber company's mill.
F. 8now arrived here from south
ern California a few days ago. He
says things are fine in that locali-
H. E. Wilcox went to Coquille
He reports the roads in fine condi
Mast and wife made a
trip to Coquille this week.
Several McKinley young people
attended a dance given at the
Pleasant Hill hall Saturday even-,
ing. They report a very enjoyable
William Bettys of Fairvlew has ]
his new automobile home now, He
is the first farmer in this part o f )
the country to have an auto, buti
as the roads there are well im-1
proved, we expect more farmers
to follow his example.
j Coquille’s Largest and B est
Selected Stock of F urmture
and home Furnishings
"B u ilt
u.s. pat orr.
The rain the first of the week
fine for the crops.
Mrs. J. V. Leep has been real
poorly of late, being a sufferer
The peach, pear and prune trees
nre in full bloom and promise an
Mrs. A. L. Rice has been enter
taining a swell guest lately, a bad
ly ulcerated tooth.
Chet Heeling came up from Myr
tle Point Friday on his way out to
his "continuous residence." -
Miss Chloe Buell, who is to teach
n district 4 2, came up Saturday in
company with Mr. Shaner's family,
who were moving to their home on
Special in groceries at Robinson’s
Remember M. H. Hersey has a
fine line of Easter cards and toys
for children at the old stand, the
Lame Shoulder is nearly always
due to rheumatism of the muscles,
and quickly yields to the free ap
plication of Chamberlain's Liniment.
For sale by all dealers.
Holy Week at the >1. E. Church.
Serlvces at 8 each evening. Palm
'T h e
Day of Trlmph.”
Sunday evening, “ The Day of Au
th ority;" Tuesday, “ The Day of
Day of Meditation and Retirement.”
Thursday, ‘The day of Fellowship.”
Friday, “ The Day of Suffering.”
Easter Sunday, "The Resurrection.”
The Coquille Bakery and Confec
booklet, "His Last Week,” will
tionery sells home-made pies, also
be used. All are invited.
makes cakes to order.
E. Sutton Mace, Pastor.
I am in the market for chitham
bark, hides and wool. George T.
In cases of rheumatism relief
from pain makes sleep and rest
J. E. Paulson and family arrived
possible. ' This may be obtained by
home front Portland Friday, where applying Chamberlain’s Liniment.
they have been staying for several
For sale by all dealers.
High top shoes at a great cut
Editor L. C. Bargelt, of the Myr
price at Lyons & Jones.
tle Point Enterprise, came down
George and Marjorie Lorenz came Saturday to see the Myrtle Point
up from Banon Satudrday for
a boys wallop Bandon.
short visit with their grandmother,
Art Man warring moved back to
Mrs. C. M. Skeels.
the creamery last week, after spend
Barred Plymouth Rock eggs. 15 ing the winter months In town.
eggs, per setting $1.00.
Saturday is bargain day on all
by J. Quick, Coquille, Ore.
tf kinds of hair goods at the White
Miss Florence Wilson visited at House.
Marshfield the latter part of last
H orses tor Sale
S. M. Nosier is again agent for the
Span of yo ing mares, coming
old reliable De Laval Separators.
Sample machine and extra parts 6 this spring; weight Between 1600
always on hand. Call in and see and 1700; well broke, single or
double. One black horse, coming
the new Improvements on them.
Brass and Iron Beds, Mattresses, Rugs, L inoleum
Draperies, Silverware, Crockery, Tinware, Agat >
ware, Stoves, Etc.
E V E R Y T H IN G FOR TH E H O M E
We have just received a large and up-to-date shipment
of wall paper. This stock includ
some of the best an
to Coquill e.
time to buv your new
paper. Prices from 10 cents up, double roll.
W. C. LAIRD
Complete House Furnisher
Twenty-five dollars is offered for
information that will lead to the
arrest and conviction of the party
or parties throwing our bread crate
from the wharf Into the river on
April 3. Signed,
Coquille Bakery and Confectionery.
R S. KNOW LTON, President
GEO. A. ROBINSON, V. Prt-.
R. H. MAST, Cashier
parnjers ai)d Wlerchuijts
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000
A Reasonable Share of Your Business Solicited
First Class Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent
A J. SHERWOOD Pré».
R. E.SHINE, Vise Prêt
L. H. HAZARD, C o llie r
0. C. SANFORD, Asst. Cashier
FIR ST N A T IO N A L B A N K
OP COQUIUI a H, OpBGOfl.
al borne when it is just ns
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
bake anything to order on
Lodges and social gather-
iogs supplied with all kinds
of good things. Phone 370 .
T ra n sa c ts a General B an kin g Busineß
Board of Director».
R. O. Dement,
A . J. Sherwood,
National Bank o Commerce, New York C
! . . ITarlocker,
L . H. Hazard, j Crocker Woolworth N ’lBank, Sau Franci
R. E. Shine. 1 First Nat’l Bank ofJPortland, Portland.
r m m myrtle foist stare lise
J. L. L A IR D , Proprietor.
Leaves Myrtle Point daily at 8 o ’clock
many ail 5 years old in spring: weight about
1 » m., carrying mail and passenger.!.
ments in its train, and is the pri 1400. Inquire A Smalley's rauch,
Arrives ar I.’oselmrg following evening.
mary cause of much sickness. Keep Hall’s creek.
Stage leaves Roseburg daily at at 6 v.
your bowels regular, madam, and
m. Special rigs for parties at any time.
you will escape many of the ail
ments to which women are subject.
Mrs. A. G. Aiken will open up
Constipation is a very simple thing,
her Spring and Summer Millinery
but like many simple things, it may
lead to serious consequences. Na Tuesday March 21st, at her store
Home Telephone 461.
Farmers Telephone 156
ture often needs a little assistance, on Front street. All are invited.
and when Chamberlain's Tablets are
given at the first indication, much
distress, and suffering may be avoid
For Salfr- Cedar posts 10 cents ed.
For a nice, fresh salmon, right
Sold by all dealers.
from the river, call at the ferry.
apiece and alder wood delivered at
In this town needs watching'
They are to be had each morning.
E g g s f o r Hale.
$2.25 per load
Is he your husband, your brother or your son?
McFarlane strain White Leg
343, Home 393. .
We have noticed him gazin ' longingly at tike good watches
in our window as lit* thought of tin* poor time-pie e in
^Estimates gladly furnished. §
Miss Edna Gllkey went to Ban- horns; next to White Rocks in
lb don Saturday afternoon for a short size. Per setting of 15, $2. H. 400 TRAP
H I S B I R T H D A Y would be made so h ippy if it brought
M. Branham, Coquille, Ore. 3-30tf
him the good watch he deserves—and “ love will find the
Call on or address el Coquille
Our matings have prcduced stand
way,” for the cos» will not break you. It should be a
Will make regular trip* between
We have some great bargains In
Hamilton, They are the railroad timekeepers of
ard-bred specimens of exhibition qual
mens' high top shoes.
• Call and
America. $14.50 to $1,000.
ity with records ol 242, 227, 222 pgg, in C oq uille River an J San
see them at Lyons & Jones.
F ra n c is c o .
Stanley Bartlett, of Randolph, was
Baby Chicks and Eggs for Hatching
COQUILLE RIVER LINE
No Stop-over at W ay Porta.
a passenger from Marshfield Mon
Book yonr orders now for spring de
livery. A few cockerpls from heavy lay Electric Lights. Everything in First
For Saturday, 8th
ing stock for $5 00.
Ed Aasen was a business vigltor
PLYIN G BETW EEN
Plymouth Place, Poultry Yards
In Myrtle Point the first of the
Reservations at Fuhrman's Phar-
it Cana for .............................
FRED BACHMAN, Prop.
Jones have Just
Per sack ................................... 2.V j
celved a nice line of corset covers,
muslin drawers and skirta from the
s a il in g e v e r y e ig h t d a y s
fo r sale .
, WM. FRAN ZEN BACH. Sculptor
:! Packages for ...................... 2.V
A country store with postofllce in
Passenger, Frei iht
A good, new building
Mrs James Richmond was a vis BEST GLOSS STARCH
Low Rates and Excellent Accom
Per package ...........................
feet, good business and acre
itor at the Bay the first of
modations. Our Interests sre
ARM & HAMMER BRAND SODA— trMf of ,Rnrt
4 P a c k a g e s ......................
J. B. Marshall, of near Bandon,
linndnn Warehouse C o, A(t*".
HIGHEST M A R K E T PRICE FOR
waa up the first of the week for a
HI T T E R ANII EGGS
Nosier A Moulton. Agis,Coquille.
visit with Mr and Mra. C. R. Bar-
Thon« Main 111, Farmers 483,
r W. H. BOYLE
Laird’s Livery Barn, Myrtlo Point
C E R TA IN
E. C. B A R K E R & CO.
BANDON AN D
San Francisco and
P E A R T ’S C O AL