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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1914)
This is not an ordinary sale but an EXTRA
ORDINARY OCCASION The greatest bargain
treat in the history of Southern Oregon- THURS
DAY, JUNE 4th, at 9 A. M., Coquille, Oregon.
TH E FASHION S TO R E
Ladies W earing Apparel, Coquille, Oregon
In the Golden Bldg.
At this panic in prices everything goes-
Nothing reserved Opens THURSDAY, JUNE 4,
1914—THE FASHION STORE -In the Golden
Building, Coquille, Oregon.
The Biggest Money-Saving Sale That Coquille Ever Had
Begins THURSDAY JUNE 4th and Will Continue 15 Days Only
Only those who remember our previous sales in this county will remember the wonderful bargains we have to offer on new and up-to-
date Ladies’ Finest Dresses, Suits, Kimonas, Evening Gowns, Party Dresses, Coats, Silk Underwear, Corsets, Silk Hose, etc. We do not be
lieve in sales unless they are real sales and will prove this to you during this big 15-day sale. We do not make a sale every week or every
month but make a sale just twice a year, as there is never any left-over stock from one season to another.
A ll Goods at Sale Prices are Strictly Cash.
Need The Goods
We Need the Money; You
Our motto in business is not to carry stock over from one season to another. Therefore the tremendous slaughter sale begins THURSDAY, JUNE 4th, and will last for FIFTEEN DAYS.
The opportunity of a lifetine now stares you in the face. You can buy some of our ladies’ and misses’ up-to-date wearing apparel at less than cost to the maker. Right now, when a
merchant should be reaping his profits, we are selling at a loss. Bear in mind that every article bought at this sale is not odds and ends, but you will find fresh up-to-date merchandise.
Shrewdest shoppers, those who know real value, will be the biggest buyers at the sale. You will never know how extraordinary the values are unless you attend and a single glance will
do more to convince you than pages of type. Every price we quote is strictly bona fide and every quotation absolutely correct and we hereby as you to come and te 3 t our statements. It will
pay you to come 100 miles to attend this big 15-day sale. We will refund railroad fare or auto fare with every purchase amounting to $20 or more.
We place on sale our entire stock at this sale of Ladies’ Suijs, Coats, Raincoats, Dresses Skirts and Waists and all other merchandise in stock nothing reserved. It is imperative that
all Suits, Coats, Dresses and Raincoats be sold at once regardless of price.
One lot of beautiful hand made center
pieces, dresser scarfs, stand covers and ta
ble covers in Battenburg. These will all go
at an unheard of low price.
One lot of ladies’ handkerchiefs, regular
10c value, will sell 7 for 25c.
Ladies walking skirts,smart new styles in
all the most wanted materials and shades
and sizes from 23 to 38 waist measure, price
from $2.75 up.
Ladies swell kimonas in crepe de chene,
messeline, Japanese silk, China silk and
cotton crepe and cotton fleece etc., price
from 98c up.
One lot of children’s dresses in wash ma
terials of all colors, ages from 2 to 14, price
from 49c and up.
Ladies up-to-date waists in all colors in
crepe de chene, messeline, taffeta, net, chif
fon, lingerie, marquisette and tailored
waists, price from 98c up.
Ladies’ rain coats in crave nette, silk and
others, price from $2.98 up.
One lot of ladies’ hose at 10c per pair.
We also have a nice line of ladies’ under
wear in princess slips, nightgowns, combin
ation suits, drawers, petticoats and vests,
all will go at sale prices.
Ladies’ silk petticoats in messeline and
taffeta in all the newest shades, price rang
ing from $2.19 up.
Blouses in the newest styles and a nice
assortment, price from 98c up
One lot of sateen petticoats in all the
newest colors, price from 69c up. Also 1
lot of gingham and crepe petticoats at 48c
Ladies’ up-to-date evening dresses in the
latest styles and colors and a nice lot to se
lect from, price from $8.50 up.
Also a nice line of linen, poplin and crash
dusters, price from $1.69 up.
Also a nice line of sweaters in ruff neck
Ladies’ up-to-date dresses in wool crepe,
cotton crepe,' messeline, taffeta, serge and
novelty goods in all colors and sizes, price
from $4.50 up to $20.
Ladies’ up-to-date tub dresses and house
dresses in all colors and sizes, from 98c up.
Suits in the newest styles and colors in all
the newest materials, all colors and sizes,
price ranging from $6.98 up
Ladies’ newest coats and styles in all the
newest materials and shades, price ranging
from $6.50 up.
WAIT! WAIT! Wait I For Our Opening Thursday June 4th at 9 O’clock A, M. Don’t Miss This Sale If You Value
Money For This is the Greatest Saving Opportunity You Ever Saw.
We will pay the railroad or auto fare
with a purchase of $20.00 or more
T H E FASHION S TO R E
O. Wilson, Manager
Golden Bldg., Coquille Oregon
The Coquille Herald
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon In and For the County of Coos.
In the Matter of the Estate of Mi
chael Grant, deceased.
Notice ia hereby given that the un-
deraigred haa been duly appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Michael
Grant, deceased All persons having
claims against said estate are hereby
notified to present the same duly veri
fied as by law required to the under-
su.ned at the ofli of .M11 I G<> s. 1st
Natl. Bank Bldg., Marshfield, Coos
County, Oregon within six months from
the date of this notice.
Dated this 26th day of May 1914.
Miss Radabaugh Wins
T he contest which has Iteeti con
ducted by the Coquille Furniture
under the falls T he return to
camp was a strenuous trip, and
they did not get back until about 7 .
The Johnsoti party started home
about 3 , but as W. H. had taken
the precaution to take the spark
plugs along in his pocket, the
Lyons party waited tor the return
of the wanderers They started
home about 9 o’clock and reached
here easily at a quarter to twelve.
The combination of good roads and
autom obiles has brought this beau
tiful outing paradise of Brewster
valley within easy reach, and an
increasing num ber of townspeople
are enjoying such trips.
The at e of Robt, Taylor Rgainst
John Neilsou was on trial in tfie Cir
cuit C >urt yesterday and went to the
jury at 5:30. Taylor was suing for
$5000 damages, on account cf cer
tain statem ents published iu the
W estern W orld, of Bandoti, at the
instauce of Neilsou, who was aiding
as sec etarv of an nssociatiou of
Bandon merchants who were tryiug
the 1 ffect of the blacklist method in
connection with the collection if
slow accounts. The jury awarded
damages of $109.
PUBLISHED F.VERY TUESDAY
The annual reception of the Sen Mr. and Mrs W . H Lyons and
Entered as second class matter May iors by the Juniors of the local high Mr and Mrs E E. Johnson took a
8, 1905. at the post office at Coquille,
Oregon, underact of Congress of March school was held at the home of Mrs. num ber of invited guests to Brew-
J M. Nye last Friday night and s'er valley for an outing Saturday
was a very successsul affair E v - ; evening, retu ning Sunday. Those
P. C. LEVAR, Lessee.
belonging to the two classes, in the Lyons auto were Mr. and
Devoted to the material and social eryone
high school faculty end Mrs Lyons and daughter H “len,
upbuilding of the Coquille Valley par
and of Coos County generally. Mesdames C A. Howard and A J Mrs C A. Howard, Miss Emily
Bond Paper ticularly
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance M.
Robertson were present and no Harlocker and F. E McKenna. In
the other. Mr. and Mrs Johnson,
one experienced a dull moment dur son
and daughter, Misses fffitargar
Besides being the dismal monu- ing the entire evening. Various and Ahern, of the public schools,
incut of a great mistake, the bar parlor games, in which everyone Master — Lorenz A full camping
M arriage Licenses
dredge Micbie is also entitled to participated, composed the en ter-, outfit was taken along, together
Wisti and Selma Ko-kela.
put in a strong claim as the picture
with a commissary departm ent suffi
W alter B. Norris and Florence D.
of bad luck. After fiddling away freshments consisting of sandwiches cient fur the day and then some. A pick-up team of Coquille men Neely.
several months at Coos Bay an I ac eocoa, ice cream and cake were A most enjoyable trip and outing went to Norway Sunday and were Homer Tucker anil Marian An
complishing nothing whatever ex served. Shortly before the party is reported, and some fine trout are defeated by the team there in an ex drews
cept the dissipation of the appro dispersed, Miss Beulah Price, act also reported to hav» been secured citing bad game of 14 innioga by a Melville Darby Hack aDd Louise
of 2 to 1. The game was one Mary Willard.
priation for her maintenance, she ing in behalf of the Seniors, pre but the H erald will not vouch lor score
bant exhibitions of base ba 1 Ezra D W atson and Jesse C-
recently took out thirteen prom i
in the coontv ami hits and Courtwright.
nent citizens to show them the big myrtle-wood cane, around which trout are shown at this office On errors were both exceedingly scarce.
hole she could dig in the shifting
made their one tally in
morning Messrs Lyons Coquille
I it was Dot until the FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITAL
Company closed last evening and sands of the bar. Instead of shew She explained that in doing this Sunday
M cKenna determined to visit last of the ninth
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that the Norway
the votes were counted by a com ing that, however she gave so ex the Settlors were inaugurating a and
Continued Irom first page
mittee. W ith a vote of over 77 hibition of her lack of power to
about 7 o’clock in the auto, plate and tying the score Then cesssrv for them to oppose the
millions, Miss Hazel Radabaugh, handle herself in an ordinary sea their desi-e that the cane should be «•amp
they left three miles up began the long battle for the win President's position in reterence to
was declared winner of the first way, and spent about two hours passed on and given to what is now the road,
eeore, b it the sides were re Panama tolls.
going over the track ning
tired with great regularity and five
prize of a $400 piano. Mrs. Albina pounding on tl.e south spit, with a the Sophomore class at the recep less m ountain.
NICK ANI) AU CK BACK
were to re more innings wt re played before If WANT
W ashington has anything to
Ray, of Norw ay, was second and consequent accretion of grev hairs tion to he held next year when the j turn to camp br 2 They
but did Norway sued eded in binding along sty about the selection ot a Con-
won a credit of £250 on a piano; on the part of her guests. Now present Juniors will be Seniors, not reach the falls o’clock,
12 . Mr. safe one and bringing in a run The gres-man for Hamilton County
Miss Lottie W illiams, of Coquille, by the A M Simpson, and there is
M cKenna says these must Ire the. Coquille team was practically with Ohio it might be conceded in view
third, also received a cred it of f ¿50
most beautiful falls in the countv 1 out practic an 4 to this fact they ot the fact that the Honorable
on a ptutio
Miss Nora W ilkerson, to go to Portland for repairs
This those already upon tlig cane Miss The water ha« a sheer fall of atim l attribute th iir ,'efeat, but ou the Nicholas Lone wort It has received
of Riverton, and Mrs. Homer IIol woul 1 put off the final demonstration Jane Lowe responded for the Ju n 100 feet, striking on a great rock whole they aie quite well satisfied the Republican nomination, that it
with the showing they m i le. The father in-law will only lie reasonable
verstott, of Fairview took the fourth of her inefficiency for another 1 ear iors, expressing their appreciation
Coquille was as follows: and not insist that a strong Pro-
and fifth prizes, and Miss Mabel jetty work, which should lie a cheer - of the gift and giving assurance that spray in which beauuiul rainbows Hoffman, for catch
r; O rding. pitcher; gre-sjxe enter ihe race.ihe W ashing
W ilcox of M cKinley, the sixth ful ami gratifying prospect to those the custom would be laithlully appear. There is a small lake at Leslie, 1st base; Norton, 2nd base; ton smart set will be obliged. There
The contest was highly successful Coos Bay people who subm itted so ; continued and that they would add the toot ot the falls, and there h is Piper. 3rd base; Crawford, short ! is as much difference i f opinion as
and was conducted in a way very , quietly to having the job put up on I their color» and commit the cane to been a great whirlpool that h s stop; Davenport right field; Howell, ever ahum the Colonel, but tango
scoured out a basin extending tar center field and Avery, left field. , parlie« ate lonely lor Nick and Alice.
satisfactory to the contestants.
the Juniors a year hence.
Notice to Creditors
Five h!xtra Salesladies