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Right prices at Robinson's.
The latest In shirt waists at Rob-
P H V 'lC lA N AND SURGEON.
i Dr. K. A. Leep visited friends In n Ison's.
Orvll Dodge, of Myrtle Point
O «O O in i^ioUoiynd-Iinrker Buildin g
Marshfield last Friday.
Born, Friday, April 21, to Mr. and In the city Monday.
CoqiriLLK, O k k u *> n .
In cases of rheumatism relief
Mis. truest Plep, a boy.
Offio Hhoutt Main 211 .
pain makes sleep and rest
Ladles' ready-to-wear white em-
possible. This may be obtained by
1 broidery dresses at Robinson's
applying Chamberlain’s Liniment.
F. S. Dow, of Marshfield, came
For sale by all dealers.
over Tuesday on a business visit.
Work has been commenced by E.
W. J. Tennlsson, of Bandon, came
G. Perham on hts contract for the
up the last of last week to attend
Other over Kl ret National Bank
blasting of a road through solid
rock for a distance of 362 feet at
Pilone Main 431.
Eggs-—We will be a lie to supply Jackson's bluff, above Allegany. The
your wunts for Easter.
Lyons & contract price 1 b $1,170.— News.
Camp supplies at Anderson's.
A baby boy was born Saturday,
E. D. SPERRY
Clinton Crouch, of this city, re
April 22, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Aitoruey ami Couuonllor a L hw .
Office in Robinson Ruildiug
The season's very newest styles In
Miss Connie Robinson was a
ladles' spring and summer suits at
•shfield visitor Tuesday and
Wednesday of this week.
John Aasen was a business vis
Miss Zettle Haskin, of this city,
IN. C. CHASE.
to Marshfield the first of
vent to Myrtle Point Wednesday
A T r ü K N E l -AT- LA W
for a few days' visit with relatives.
I am In the market for chltham
Office in Hiohmond-Barker Building.
George Laird, of Bandon, vat In
bark, hides and wool.
rqi .lie Wednesday.
Miss Gertrude Miller, of Marsh ered at your house for $1.25 a load.
C. R. B ARROW
field, Is over this week on a busi
Barred Plymouth Rock eggs, 15
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
eggs, per setting $1.00.
Office Pinone 335 Main
Utx & Dunn shoes, at Lyons & by J. Quick, Coquille, Ore.
Jones; perfect fit and perfect wear
esidence Phone 340 Main
According to an item in a paper
Coiti'iLLB C i t y , O kb
called The Contractor, contract has
Roy Dunham, who Is working at been let to a Kansas City firm to
Bandon, spent Sunday with his par build 130 miles of railroad on the
ents in this city.
line of the route from Eugene to
J. J. STANLEY
A marriage license was granted Coos Bay. The Item has not awak-
j ned much enthusiasm here, as the
Tuesday to George Andrew Cathey •
majority of the residents place very
and Bertha Anna Kruse.
i‘ roi t htie
Miss Ada McConnell
to little credence In It.— News.
OoqoiLiiB. O bkoon
A. J. Sherwood.
A t t o hn kt a t - L a w .
N o t a h y P u b l i o .
A ttobnky - at -L aw .
N o TA H Y l ’ O B I.lO ,
C o q u ille ,
Marshfield the last of last week
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Zepeel, of St.
and visited till Monday.
Louts, Michigan, who have been vlsi
Reservations for berths on the S. Ing E. A. Howey and family and B
S. Elizabeth lor San Francisco, call H. Burns and family started home
Monday, going out by Koseburg.
at Fuhrman's Pharmacy.
Oliver Spires and Ray Dement, Mr. and Mrs. Zepeel were neighbors
of Myrtle Point, attended the dance of Howey’s and Burn’s seventeen
years in Dakota but when they mov
at the Heazlet Saturday night.
Mr*. K. A. Leep went to Bridge here Zepeel's moved to Michigan.
the last of last week to visit her par They have been traveling through
California since the first of Jan
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Endicott.
Miss Edna McDonald, of this city
A large shipmenr. of new wail pa
went to Marshfield Friday and vis
per has Just been received at W
ited with friends until Monday.
C. Laird’s furniture store.
Eck Guerin, of Myrtle
made a business trip to Bandon Fri
day and returned to Coquille Tues
Jimmie Robison has rented
METHODIST EPISCOPAL ( III lie'll
“ Bargains will be the subject for
next Sunday evening’s sermon at
o'clock. In the evening, “ Jesus, the
Bridge Over Three Gulfs.”
Epworth League, 7 p. m.
Studies In the Life of Christ In
the mid-week service each Thurs
You are cordially invited to these
E. S. Mace, Pastor.
Bible school at 10 a. m. Preach
ing at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Spec-
,al music at the evening service. A
*o by Mrs. Clyde Gage.
Frank H. Adams, Pastor.
The subject for the meeting Sun
day evening, April 30, Is ''Missions''
and tho leader is Miss Eva Howe.
Everybody is invited to this meeting
which begins promptly at 7:00.
If you have well-located land or
a good business proposition for sale
reasonable price, write me
at once, enclosing self addressed
stamped envelope for reply (own
ers only). Address J. C. Ross, 816
Second Ave. So., Minneapolis, Minn.
T O S P R IN G
At the commencement of the spring season we take pleasure in offer! g one of the largest and
most beautiful stocks of correct house furnishings obtainable in this market. We have made sped I
preparations this spring to serve those who care intelligently about the appearance- of their hom '«
Instead of reducing stock, we have bought more heavily than ever before. TVe have assembled the
newest and prettiest Drapery and Upholstery Fabrics and Wallpapers, the mosi exclusive Carpets and
Hugs, the most distinctive Furniture of every sort. Our showing of fine Chairs and Tables will delight
the most crtllcal. Our stocks o f choice Library and Bedroom and Dining Room Pieces are unap
Our assortments of medium and low-prices furnlshin; are as complete and as correct as
As to price, we ask only that you call and satisfy yourself, and
when you buy furnishings f[om as you pay competitive prices for the merchandise only, while fo
style, the exclusiveness, the expert and special service you pav nothing.
W. C. LAIRD
Complete House Furnisher
Bakery and Con
Fresh vegetables at our store I
fectionery carries a complete line of every week. Lyons & Jones.
R S. KNOW LTON, President
GEO. A. ROBINSON. V. Prt
choice fruits, cigars, candies and
A t t o b n k y h - at L a w ,
D.atsr in ltxxi. E stât of all kimt*
Rev. H. I. Rutledge, of Marshfield John Lamb place this year.
For a nice, fresh salmon, right
Tents for rent at Anderson’s.
from the river, call at the ferry.
attended the mlnesterial association
The Ladies’ Aid Society will meet
They are to be had each morning.
meeting In this city the last of the at Mrs. Nile Miller's this week.
Elton Stephens made a trip to
Eighty dollars per month straight
E. G. D.. Holden
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nosier and lit Allegany Saturday, returning Mon salary and expenses, to men with
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000
I j A " y h b .
tle son came down from Bridge Mon day.
rig, to introduce our Poultry Rem
A country store with postoffice In
JU H T IO B OK T I U P e AOY
Share of Your Business Solicited
H. L. Stephens has another ship
day and will visit relatives for sev
A good, new building
Don’t answer unless
¡U. 8 . Uomiuisaioaer. General Innarano« eral days.
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent
ment of garden peas on the road edies.
2 4x30 feet, good business and acre
Agout, aud Notary Publie. Office
We have a nice selection of wash from Portland.
tract of land. Inquire at the Herald
in Robinson Building.
Mr. and Mrs. Goodman, of Co Food Mfg. Co. (Incorporated), East office.
goods, laces aud embroidery. Call
at our store and let us show you. quille, came out to Flshtrap Mon St. Louis, 111.
A j . SHERWOOD Pres.
R. E.SHINE, Vlee Pres
Lyons fc Jones.
- •• day for a visit with Mr. Meadows
WOOD. WOOD. WOOD.
I . H. HAZARD, Cashier
0 . C. SANFORD, A ss t. C ss hl er
A birthday party was given at
Alder— the best on the
DR. K. A. LEE P
studying In Portland, has accepted a
Registered Berkshire pigs of both you can.
the home of Mr. E. E. Hampton, at
position In a North Bend drug store
sexes. J. C. Watson, Coquille. 4t market, $2 a tier delivered. Phone
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Arago last Saturday night. Five of
for the summer.
those present having birthdays on
First National Bank Building
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Our new stock of Uts & Dunn
o p COQUIliliB, OREGON.
or near that date, they concluded
Notice Is hereby given that the
oxfords have arrived and It will give
hey would celebrate together.
Beaver Slough Drainage District of
us great pleasure to show them.
Our matings have produce I stand 'T r a n sa c ts a G eneral B a n k in g B u sin et
The evening was spent in play-
Coos county, Oregon, will receive ard-bred specimens of exhibition qual
Lyons £ Jones.
g games, and at 12 o ’clock lunch
sealed bids for the construction of ity with records of 242, 227, 222 egg ■ in
R. B. HOAG. M. D.
is served, consisting of Ice cream
a drainage and tide and flood con 365 days.
B o s r d o f D ire c to rs .
turned on Saturday afternoon from .nd cake, candy and lemonade.
C o r res pon den ts .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
trol gate near the mouth of the Baby Chicks and Eggs fur Hatching R. O. Dement, ■
Marshfield, where she visited friends
A . ,T. Sherwood.
All enjoyed themselves Immense-
National Bank o Commerce, New York C-
main drainage canal of the Beaver
Book your order.« now for spring de
L . Harloeker,
L . H. Hazard
for a couple of days.
Crocker Woolworth N’ lBank, San F.-ancI
U. E. Shins First Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland.
Slough drainage system, and at livery. A few cockerels from heavy lay
Miss Anona Harrison, of Myrtle
ing stock for $5.00.
C oquille ,
O regon .
"Our baby cries for Chamber tnat place to be designated by the
Point,visited relatives In town the
Plymouth Place, Poultry Yards
trustees of said drainage district.
last of last week and attended the
FRED BACHMAN, Prop.
T. B. Kenrick, Rasacad, Ga. "It
dance here Saturday night.
to bo constructed In all particulars Marshfield,
For Rent— Six reom house, good
garden lot with fruit and berries market for coughs, colds and
J . D. L A IR D , Proprietor.
Horses tor Bale
For sale by all dealers. and letters of Instruction prepared
Inquire at Herald office or at J. croup.”
by Consulting Engineer Otto Von
Span of young mares, coming
Leaves Myrtlefl’oint daily a t 8 o'clock
G. Fish's furniture factory.
Gelden, and the supplemental spec 6 this spring; weight between i 6 on
p m., carrying mail and passenger«.
E ggs fo r Hale.
Wire Chief Mantsen and Man
ifications prepared by the drainage and 170 c ; well broke, single or
Arrive« at Koseburg following evening.
McFarlane strain White Leg
The Celebrated Berg man n Shoe ager Langley of the Home Telephon
Stage leave« Roseburg daily at at 6 r.
district engineer, A. N. Gould, all of double. One black horse, com ing
Tbs Strongest and Jiearest Water Company
m. 8 j eria! rigs for par‘ :cs at any time.
which are In the custody of Trus
5 years old in spring; weight about
Proof shoe made for log ers, miners Point Tuesday where they had been size. Per setting of 15, $2. H.
tee J. A. Davenport at his office
prospectors and mill men.
M. Branham, Coquille, Ore. 3-30tf
1400 . Inquire A . Fmalley’s ranch' OFFICE A
In Coquille, Coos County, Oregon.
621 Thurman Street
H all’ s creek.
You should call at eur store
All bidders are required to fur
P o r t l a n d , O keoon .
and let us show you our new stock
nish two bids, the flrBt the work
Home Telephone 461.
Farmers Telephone 156
An almost new Remington Sholes
of ladles’ summer shoes.
without a pile foundation, and the
Half price. Inquire
Dunn headquarters at Lyons
second with a pile foundation In the
Mrs. A. G. Aiken will open up
of Clark Mace, Coquille, or Herald
event that it Is found necessary to her Spring and Summer Millinery
* 1 Jones.
construct a pile foundation after ex Tuesday March 21st, at her store
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Sherradd, o
cavation has been commenced.
Bandon, came up on Saturday to
on Front street. All are invited.
bids must be In
be with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lane,
Cedar fence posts, $7 per hun-
Hall & Hall.
FIRST NATIONAL B A N K
ROSEKURii- MYRTLE POINT STAGE LINE
Laird’s Livery Barn, Myrtle Point
W. H. BOYLE
¡ji E stimates gladly furnished. §
Cad on or address et Coquille
2 * 4 » <T
^ i3 ~ ««a -z
c o q u il l e
SAILING EVERY EIGHT DAYS
Passenger , Freight
Ixi« Rates and Excellent Aecom-
tnodatinr.s. Our Interests are
Ilajidon W arehouse C o , Agis.
Nosier A Moulton, Airts,Coquille.
Phone Msin 111, Farmers 483,
gerously 111 .
Ladles' two-piece khaki suits—
just the thing for the auto— some
Get them at
Also ladies' ready-to-
wear dresses In messaline, foulards
Manley Arneson, of Myrtle Point
underwent an operation at Marsh
field Saturday. The operation was
for adhesions following a previous
operation for appendicitis.
Quick & Curry make the galvan
ized screen door; standard sixes on
hand; special sixes made In short
order. Also handy, adjustable win
dow screens, Ironing boards, sleeve
boards, bread boards, drain boards
and meat safes
The box social given last Ftf-
day In the church basement by the
Truth Seekers, was a success. Every
one had a good time, and suf
ficient money was rslsed to finish
Monday in May, 1911.
bids must be accompanied
with two and one-half per cent of
the sum bid, either In cash, or In
Capt. Olsen, Maate.
certified check to insure good faith
Wil! make regular trips between
of the bidder and as an assurance
that he will enter Into a contract j C o q u ille R iver an J
For Saturday, 29th
for the construction of said gate
MEN'S SUSPENDERS, regular 50c
should he be the successful bidder.
No Stop-over at W ay Porte.
Saturday only, ;Mlr
The successful bidder will be re
Electric Lights. Everything in First i
to give a bond with good and suffi
Hat unlay only,
Reservations at Fuhrman's Phar
cient and satisfactory sureties for
MEN'S WORK SHIRTS,
the faithful performance of his con macy.
Saturday only, 40r tract, and for the completion of his
said contract by tho first day of
MEN'S NECKTIES, regular 50c
Saturday o n l y , .III«
Rights reserved to reject any and
10 per cent discount Saturday only
Dated this 3rd day of April, 1911.
PEAVER SLOUGH DRAINAGE DIS
HIGHEHT MARKET PRICE
BUTTER AND EGGS
JOHN YOAKUM, President.
J A. DAVENPORT, Secretary.
Board of Trustees.
C E R T A IN
We have noticed him pa zing longingly nt the good watches
in our window as lie thought of tin* poor time-pie-e in
H IS B I R T H D A Y would lie made so happy it' it brought
him the good watch he deserves—and “ love will find the
way," for the coat, will not break you. It should be a
They are tho railroad timekeepers of
America. $14.50 to $1,000.
E. C. B A R K E R & CO.