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PHYSICIAN AND 8UKUKON.
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Or. C. W. Endicott
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LOCAL N E W S
Married— In Coquille, Oregon,
May 7, 1911, George Oulovson and
Miss Myrtle Vincent, both ol
Marshfield. Rev. E. ¡3. Mace of.
Camp supplies at Anderson's.
P. S. Robiaon o f Norway was
in Coquille yesterday.
George Laingor was up from
the lower river yesterday.
The latest in shirt waists at Rob-
Right prices at Robinson's.
David McNair, our old pioneer
friend from near Myrtle Point, was
a Coquille visitor one day last
Miss Dollie Skeels, of this city,
visited her sister, Mrs. Chas. Lo
renz, of Bandon, the lalter part of
Capt Pendergrass, o f Marsh
field spent» a couple o f days in
town last week, returning home
Miss Gertrude »Miller returned to
Marshfield Monday after a few
days’ visit with relatives and
Iriends in this city.
Mrs. M. D. Sherrard, of Bandon,
visited her sister, Mrs. T. B. Lane,
of this city, a day or so last week,
Tents for rent at Anderson's.
/ . 0 . Strang was down from
Gravel Ford on Monday.
Attorney and Oonnodlor ut Law.
Mrs. Ed Gillespie, of Larnpa did
Office in Robinson Building
sh ipping in town Saturday.
Field coin and vetch at Knowl-
tou’s Drug Store.
Col. Smith, the attorney and
W. C. CHASE.
S. C. Giles, of Myrtle Point, had abstracter, is expected to arrive
business in Coquille Monday.
from Dallas to again take up
A TT O K N E Y -A T- LAW
Mrs. W. H. Logan, of Ban ion, residence in this city.
Qffloe in R ichm ond-B arker B uilding.
Chas Butler, ol Myrtle Point, re
was in Coquille on Saturday.
Deliv turned from Empire Satnrday. He
ered at your bouse for f t . 26 a load. had been over to see his sister, Mrs
0. R. BA R R O *
W. L. Mast was down trout Myr George Mo.se, ol that place.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
J. L. Kronenberg, was up from
tle Point the first of the week.
Office Phone 335 Main
lower river on Tuesday to see
L>. S. Rouse, the Rivet loti coal
bis mother who has been poorlyjfor
Residence Phone 346 Main
muu, was in ibis city Monday.
The mill o f the Coquille Mill &
some weeks, but is improving at
C oqu illk C it y , O i : k
Ladies' ready-to-wear white em
Mercantile Co. at this city, is fill
broidery dresses at Robinson's.
ing an order for 50,000 feet of
There will be -Mothers’ D iy ” lumber to be used in the con
Dr. Masson, of Myrtle Point, was
set vice at the M. E: church on Sun struction o f a large warehouse
a Coquille visitor on Saturday.
J. J. STANLEY
Mrs. D. Mathers, ol Riverton, day. All will be made welcome being built at Bandon by J. L.
while mothers in particular are Kronenberg and John Neilson.
did shopping in town Saturday.
The lumber is being scowed down
1 am in the market for chltham urged to coiue.
bark, hides and wool. George T.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harpon, of by Elmore Drane.
Oakland, California, arrived by the
Mrs. Ethel Mehl who has been
Mrs Henry Johnson, of River Fifield last week and are enjoying suffering from a severe nervous
A. J. Sherwood,
ton, did shopping in to vn Mottda}. a visit with E. A. Tyrrell and fam attack came up from Randolph
A t t o b n m y - a t - L a w ,
F. i$. Robinson, of Fisbtrap, had ily , of this city.
Tuesday and will remain in Co
N ota ry P u b l i c ,
business in Coquille on Saturday.
Mrs. Emily Schroeder o f Arago quille for a short time. Miss
To E xchanoe —One good young was in town yesterday for a Esther Johnson who has been at
horse for slashing land by the acre. brief visit with her son, W. H. Randolph for the past week with
Schroeder, the jeweler, and fam her sister returned on the same
J. W. Mast, of Baudot), was a ily.
A tto hmk t - a t - L ì w .
J. E. Quick returned from
Coquille business visitor on Mon
Everyone come to the Christian
N otabv P d BUG,
Eodeuvot ut the Christian Church, Eureka,
I)au Giles, of Myrtle Point, vis Suuday 1 veuing at seven o ’ i lock
ited Buridon tbe middle of last Subject, “ The Value of Pledgts” o f Henry Sanders who shot and
killed his brother, Henry Quick,
and the lender is John Rho.les.
Hall & Hall,
formerly o f this place, the 11th
Utz & Dunn shoes, at Lyons &
.1 E. Perrott, of Hillsboro, ar
A t t o i i n x t s - xt L a w ,
o f last February.
Jones; perfect fit and perfect wear
rived in town Monday, having had been having trouble previous
I V a ler in K ba l E b t a t - o f a ll k in d .
business which called him here.
Mrs. Sam Clinton, of Parkers He will return in about a week to the shooting, and the verdict
burg, was a Coquille visilot on Sat His many friends were glad to see o f the jury was acquittal on the
plea o f self defense.
E. G. D. Holden
Frank Ruhlin, a logger, was
Mr. «nd Mrs. Leo Mas! wore
Miss Ray Collier who spent the
L awyer .
very seriously injured at the
J u s t i c e op t h e P e ac v
several months past in California
Conlogue camp dowu the river
[n. 8. Commissioner. General Insnrano«
for the benefit of her health, re Tuesday. While performing his
The Misses Leutve, Silva and turned last week much improved
Agent, and Notary Publio. Office
in Robinson Building.
Marvin, i f Bi nd' u, wire in town Her many friends were pleased to duties there a log became un
manageable and caught Ruhlin
Tu .hdll} .
see her looking so well.
before he could escape, The log
Reservations for berths on the S.
S. Elizabeth for San Francisco, call
There will be a meeting o f the rolled over the man and he was
at Fuhrman’s Pharmacy.
stockholders o f the Fat Elk Drain severly crushed and bruised.
DR. K. A. LEEP
Rev Taylor, of .Myr le Point, age District in this city on Satur The extent of the damage
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
was rt Coquille visitor tbe Ins' ol day, May 20 for the purpose o f could not be learned. He was
deciding upon the contract for taken to Bandon for treatment.
First National Bank Building
Yesterday was not pioneer day
Or.il Dodge, of Myrtle Point, the construction o f the flood gates
w .r a Coquil.e vi-ilor in Friday . f which will be built at the outlet but nevertheless it was a day o f
o f the drainage canal.
reminiscenses of pioneer days in
last w e e k .
John Moore o f near
R. B. HOAG. M. D.
C. E. Van Marter o f the Co this city.
VV. R. Haines, the piano man
up shaking hands
had business over from Marsh quille Electric Supply Company
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
and making new
o f this city is keeping up to the
and the result was, o f course,
Kirhmond Barker Building.
Born.—To Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
many stories o f pioneer in this
at Riverton Thursday, May and as a further proof o f this section. Mr. Moore was one o f
C oquille ,
O regon .
fact the auto drivers o f the coun
4, a daughter.
ty will no doubt be glad to hear the early pioneers o f this county,
Dave Baker and E. D. Myers
that Monday he opened a branch coming here in 1870 and yester
were down from the North P'ork
store at Myrtle Point where he day he in company with Judge
one day last week.
will handle all kinds o f auto and Harlocker, L. A. Lawhorne and
others were very busy recalling
Joe Laird, the Myrtle Polnt- electric supplies.
almost forgotten events in the
Roseburg stage man, was in Co
Is there anything in all this world early history o f this section.
that is of more importance to you Judge Harlocker and Mr. Law
House and two lots in Coquille
The Celebrated Berg
than good digestion? Food must
horne came here in 1871 and aid
lie Strongest an id 1 Nearest
Water for sale on installments or put
of shoe made for log ers, miners slashing, #385. Phone 3x *34-2t be eaten to sustain life and must be ed in the construction o f the con
digested and converted iuto blood.
prospectors and mill men.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Oallier, of When the digestion fails the whole struction o f the Coos Bay wagon
621 Thurman Street
Bandotr, were Coquille visitors a body suffers. Chamberlain’s Tab road after which they went east
P ortland , O regon .
o f the coast range and worked
few davslast week.
lets are a rational and reliable cure for some time on the Oregon &
S. Dominighini, of Lamps, nude for indigestion. They ¡nerea.se the
California railroad which was
our office a pleasant business call flow of bile, purify the blood, streng
built about that time.
while in town Friday
then the stomneb, and tone up the
J. C. Whittington, o f the South whole digestive apparatus to a nat
Fork, shook hands with old ural and healthv action. For sale
by all dealers
Lest Friday evening Mr. and
friends in town Tuesday.
Mrs. Knowlton gave a dinner to the
}Estimates gladiy furnished, (j), Capt. O. P. Ellingson was up
German Class in the High School
'J from Parkersburg Saturday and
in h >nor of the birthday ot their
t'; i'. r on or address at Coqnille
1$ continued his trip up the river,
zjHZr c> Si
0 4 U I R. P. Hunt, of Four Mile, had
A bountiful dinner infivecour-:
business which called him to Co
For Saturday, 6 th
»ea wsh served. The candles and
quille tire middle ol last week.
decorations were in the German
J COQUILr '•! RIVER LINK
0;.l Dutch Cleat set-, Saturday
For Sale— Two fine bottom gar-
The place cards were
onlv, 3 for 25c
pen lots Enquire of N Plyler.
painted by Miss Partridge rmd rep
Prefered Stock Tomato Catsup resented each pupil as he might be
Walter L. Laird o f Bandon
visited his nephew, W. C, Laird, Regular 25c, Saturday only 20.
if in Germany.
o f this city one day last week.
Bulk Ripe Olives, Saturday only,
After dinner speeches were made
Mrs .1. p Liudlrerg. of I ort Or- per quart. 26c
ini German by 1 ach pupil and a
!ord, cune 1 p Friday I t a visit
extra very enjoyable German evening was
SAILING e v e r y e i g h t d a y s
wi h 1 ;, r sen. T. B Lane and fam Fancy Head Rice, Saturday only passed.
Tuose »ho were present were:
2;4lb s o k 20c.
Passen :rr , Fr:i:h '
C E l’ roidb.-tit, the Myrtle
low Ka'o« and Excellent Avcom-
Try a sack of I' hite River Flour, Herr Kla.v Knowlton president of
■■1.111*1 ion«. Our Interests arc
; Point ir ainery man, ret rue I I st every sack guaranteed.
Herr Reuben Mast, Will Barrow,
I week from a business trip to Port
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR
Rand on War- hm»«
Mat Kerrigan, Walter Irvin Cus-
RUTTER AND EGGS
Nosier A Moulton. A»l-,C «pii L*.
ter; Fraulieu Eva Sugg, May Lund,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Conger went
Phono Main 111. innere 4SI,
Childs L 7. ie Childs, Connie
E. D. SPERRY
T to . t a r a Shoe MfcCo.
W, H, B O Y LE
L C 1 A L S
SUNDAY SERVICES IN
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene O’ Con-
ng]^ Gf Marshfield visited Court-
Treasurer T. Dimmick and
wife in this city last week, re- METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Anyone in ne«d of a fine buggy
Mother’s Day next Sunday.
team should call on Capt. C. H.
Morning rervice at 11 :oo o’clock.
Let each one wear a white flower
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Collier in honor of mother.
League service 7:00 p. m. and
started for Burke, California,
Mr. Collier will preaching at 8:00 p. tn.
enter the W. H. Burke Sanitar
Two important davs are cele
ium, having been in poor health brated in the month of May, Mem
for some time.
orial Day and Mother’s Day.
Miss Anna Jarvis, of Philadelphia,
Robert D. Cook and Uno Neil
both o f Bandon, were married Pa., originated this idea about six
Wednesday afternoon at the or seven years ago. It has almost
Baxter Hotel, in the presence of uational observance.
The badge for Mother’s Day is a
a few immediate friends. C. H.
white carnatian 01 a while flower
of any kind.
Grass seeds and field seeds, in
The Methodist Episcopal Church
cluding e r n null vetch, at Kuowl.
of this town will observe the day %
ton’s Drug Store.
You are cordially
Manager As Dunham of the lo invited to the service at eleven a.
cal steamer line, informs us that his m. Please wear the white flower.
brother, Capt. Robt. Dunham, mas
ter of tbe steamer Roanoke, who
ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL.
has been very low, is mu-h better
Service» first and third Sundays
and that hopes for his recovety are of each month.
every Sunday at 10 a. m.
Having closed out our Dry Goods and g. nc into
the Grocery business exclusively, we have d e r i d e d
to discontinue tbo handling of tbe Graphoplione.
As we have put out something like two hun
dred machines, we will continue to handle the Rec
ords, but Lave decided to make some ebangis in
the giving out of Records to our Customer* wh •
have our Machines, Viz: When vour Cash pur
chases amount to $5.00 we will give you one Sin
gle Record free, or one Double Record by pav
ing 35o in addition to the $5.00 worth of Ttek* te,
and willcontiuuu to ktop tt good selection of pieces
on hand at all times.
P. E. DRANE
Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries, Flour :nd Feed.
HUPM O B IL E
GUARANTEED FOR LIFE
We consider ihe Hiipmobile life-long, “ square-deal guaran
tee to be the strongest element of protection ever incorporated
in the manufacture of motor cars.
A demonstration »'ill be given you at your convenience.
Auto Garage and storage room r ow open. Second street
Archdeacon Wm. Horsfall, rector.
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
Preaching each Sunday, morning
and evening, except the third Sun
day in each month.
Bible school at 10 a. m.
Christian Endeavor each Sunday
You are heartily welcome.
T. B. McDonald, Minister
1. R. Nosier
Sails from Ain&worth Duck, Portland, at 0 a. m. every Wednesday.
Services as usual next Sunday.
Bible school at 10 a. m. and 8. p.
Special music at eveniug service
Solo by Mrs. Clyde Gage.
Sails from Coos Bag
RHservr.tions will not he held later than Friday noon, unless
^tickets are purchased.
Frank H. Adams, Pastor.
Eggs for Sale.
McFarlane strain White Leg
horns; next to White Rocks in
Per setting of 15, $2.
M. Branham, Coquille, Ore. 3-30tf
STEAMER BREAKWATER '
M. E. Church South.
Sunday services at 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m. Sunday School and
league at usual hours.
singing with Mrs. Tyrrell in
charge o f choir. Come and you
will enjoy the service.
PAUL L. STERLING, Agent
Phone Main 187
•: -Spfc! i
U 8. KNOW LTON, President
GEO. A. ROBINSON, V. Pie-.
R. H. MAST, Cashier
Farmers at)d Merchaqts BaqH
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000
A Reasonable Share of Your Business Solicited
First Class Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent
An almost new Remington Sholes
Half price. Inquire
of Clark Mace, Coquille, or Herald
* I. SHERWOOD Frei.
R. E.SHINE, Vie» Prei
I. H. HAZARD, Collier
0. C. SANFORD, Aeet. Ceehler ~
For a nice, fresh salmon, right
from the river, call at the ferry.
They are to be had each morning.
F IR S T N A T IO N A L B A N K
T r a n s a c t a a G en eral B a n k i n g Business*
OR C O eU IliD H , ORE Q O ft.
A country store with postofflee in
A good, new building
2 4x30 feet, good business and acre
tract of land. Inquire at the Herald
Lay In your winter's supply while
Alder— the best on the
market, $2 a tier delivered. Phone
Board of Dlroetoro.
Mrs. A. G. Aiken will open up
her Spring and Summer Millinery
Tuesday Mirch 21st, at her store
on Front street. All are invited.
Capt. Olsen, Maete.
Will make regular tripe iietneen
C o q u ille R ive r an J San
F ra n c is c o .
No Stop-over at W ay Porta.
National Bank o Commerce, New York Ci
Crocker Woolworth N’lBank, San Francl
First Nat’l Bank ofJPortland, Portland.
ROSEBUfîll- MYRTLE POINT STAGE USE
Horses for Gals.
Span of young meres, coming
6 this spring; weight Let ween 1600
and 1 70c; well broke, single or
double. One black horse, coming
5 years old in spring; weight about
1400. Inquire A. Smalley’s ranch’
f?. (J. Dement,
A. J. Sherwood,
L. H. Hazard,
R. Fv. Shine.
J. L,. LAIR D , Proprietor.
Leaves MyrtlefPoint daily at 8 o ’clock
m., carrying mail and passengers.
Arrives at Rosebnrg followin'? evening.
Stage leaves Rosebnrg dail. it at 6 a.
m. Special rigs for parties at any time.
Laird’s Livery Bam, Myrtle Point
Home Telephone 461.
Farmers Telephone 156
C E R T A IN
In this town needs watching!
Is 1 14 * your husband, your brother or your son?
We have noticed him gazing longingly at the good «ate lies
in our window as bethought of the poor time-pie e in
his p< cket
H IS B IR T H D A Y would be made so happy if it brought
him the good watch he deserves—and “ love will lind the
way,” for the cost will not break you. Tt should he a
They are the railroad timekeepers ot
America. $14.50 to $ ,000.
E. C. B A R K E R & OO.
Klectiic Lights. Everything in First
Reservations at Fuhrman’a Phar
WM. FRANZENBACH. Sculptor
Contractor in Marble, Granite,
Stone, Concrete and Tile
L u m p $4.oo P e r T o n
Vaults, Monuments, Headstones, Tab
lets, Iron Fences and all kinds of
Cemetery anil Pudding Work.
PHONfi MAIN 93
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