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V O L.
Union Labor Column.
W A LTER CULIS, M.D.,
p h y s ic ia n
. DBTOTBU CO TH» MTUUTS OF THU LABOK.lt
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE,
C o q u ille
O ity .
O. E. SMITH.
‘ , f ■ «« ^
M A R S H F IE L D , O REG O N .
J. W . BENNETT,
Attorney at Law,
JOHN F. HALL
Attorney at Law and
S s ta te
The following oompoae the County Cen
tra 1 Committee of the People’ s Party of
C oo. oounty, Oregon:
Diet. No. 1— Wm. Phillips, Empire City.
•• “ 2— A. M. Co liver, Marshfield.
“ 8— O. A. Kelly, Riverton.
“ 4—1. T. Weekly, Gravel Ford.
“ 6—J. H .M athen y. Myrtle Point
“ 6 —Ja». West, Bandon.
JA8. WEST. Chairman, Bandon.
W. PHILLIPS, Secretary, Empire City
Before the law was written down with
parohment or with pen;
Before the law made oitixena, the moral
law made men.
Law atanda for human rights, bat when it
fails tboae right, to give,
Then let law die, ray brother, hot let human
—Rev. Miller Hageman.
-A -g ^ x r t,
H&iumriKLD, O mook .
AN ASTUTE CAMPAIGN AT HAND.
c . A SEHLBREDE,
A T T O R N E Y <“ L A W
Sovereign’s Boycott of Ntfionai Bank
Notes will Ruin the Business.
Hpeoial attention to matters before the
Hosebarg laud othoa, the commissioner of
the general land office and secretary o f tne
Interior at W ashington.________ C o r p o r a t i o n s a n d S r n d lr n t e s n t
( h e M e r c y o f l .a b o r — C a lllo r n ln
B a n k e r s ’ M a g a z in e S p e a k s o i
“ W a ll S t r e e t B i l k s ” a n d
• • P e r ju r e r s .”
DR- T. HOLDEN
in the HntoheBon Building
adjoining the B a n k . _____ _______
The Voice of Labor hoe been
O. Q . T.-r-Neal Dew Lodge, No. 26, favored by Mr. J. W. Treadwell, edi
. Meets in Coqnille City every Tuesday tor of the California Bankers’ Mag
All members in good standing
Bian N oslsb ,G. I .
J. H. Jamas, Secretary.
I- Ü .
/C O Q U IL L E F. A. & L U . meets every
i j second and fourth Thursday nights
in each month in Coquille City» Coos
cou n ty , Oregon.
M bs . L bna J ohnson , Sec.
Bandon F- A- and I- U-
Meets every second and fourth Friday
iiiihts in each mouth at Bandon, t^oos
E. Q. G b o v e b . Sec.
Sumner F- A. and I- U.
ileets at Alliance hall on the eeoond and
ourth Saturday e v e n in g s ^ eaohmorBb.
rjIV E U T O N F. A. A I. U. meets in its
new hall at ltiverton every first and
hird Saturday evening*i o f eaoh month.
O. A. K.ULLY, oeo.
OUTH FOBK F. A. * I. U., No. 230.
meets every second Saturday at 2 p m.
Brothers o f other lodges in good standing
are invited to attend with us.
B. E. H a m p t o n , secretary.
i. o .
Joqnille Lodge No.63
ta at Ooquille City every Saturday even-
Visiting brethren, in good standing,
daiiy invited. w
J. S. L awbenok , R. 8.
3STo 2 5 I O. O. TP.
Meets first snd third Thursdays in eaoh
outh at Odd Fellows hall. Cordial m vi.
ition to visiting patriarchs in good stand-
J. 8. L awbkncs . C .P.
G. F. Boat ell Soribe.
Tidwick Lodge, No- 68
A. F. and A. M.,
its at their hall on Saturday evening
r before full moon in eaob month,
ng brethren oordially invited.
C. W. W hite , W .M .
#. Willard, Seo.
G. A. R.
Gen- Lytle Post No- 27,
Meets at Connille City, on every first
Visiting oomradb, in Rood
ending, oordially invited.
J ohn MoKBitf, Commander.
. H. N ichols , A djutant.
IS a n c L o lp H . O r e g o n ,
W ill m eet every fourth Saturday in each
loath till further notice. All members in
>oi standing o r d ia llv invited to attend.
JUM PED! SEE?
LOTS i f B A N D O N ,!;1®
th e vicinity o f the parade ground,
fo r $125 each. Only a few lots
at this price.
For particulars in
quire at the H erald office.
F O E
S A L S .
s i I A ACRES o f land on Conningbam
¿ ' l l / ereek, S miles from Coquill. City,
the n w x and n X o f the aw X . seo 16, twp
38 s, r 12 w, covered with a fine body o f fir
timber. P rice —$6 pernor«; terms eaay.
n i a ACRES, what is’ known as North
£, T U Prairie. 4 miles east of Langlois P.
O.; « N i l stook ranch, plenty of oat range.
Prioe—$.i per acre: will take in exchange
valley property. I n ^ r e o f
Dallas. Polk connty.Or.
B. B. PAULL & CO.,
REAL ESTATE DEALERS
A RA G O , COOS C O U N TY, O R .
AVING had several years experience
in the east, we feel confident we can
dive satisfaction to our patrons. Send as
yoar lists o f property, or come and see us.
Coqnille River Property a Specialty.
Correspondence promptly attended to.
Our commission 3 per cent o f sales. Oui
motto is, Live and Let Live.
48 t f]
B. B. PAULL 4 0 0 .
Gallery sit door* east o f L O
O. F. H all. Samples and prices
C. W i l e in s . Photo.
azine, with the following remon
strance: By way of introduction,
it is but just to say that the C. B.
M. is acknowledged authority, not
only on this coast, but throughout
the United States, on banking inter
est and national and international
finance. In brief and in truth it is
accepted as authority in banking
and commercial circles not only at
home but abroad.
Here is what he says in his com
“I enclose clipping from No. 3, C.
B. M. anent the Boycott of National
Bank Notes by the Labor Party; I
show therein the harm that could
be done by such a proceeding. If
the national bank notes are pressed
unon laborers, and they should join
to present them all to the sub-ireas-
uries atNew York, Washington, New
Orleans, San Francisco, etc., they
could wreck the whole of America,
because though the nationals are
redeemable in greenbacks, yet the
greenbacks can at the same instant
be cashed for gold, and so all the
government gold would be seized in
a week or month, just as the Wall
street bilks now seize it, when they
want a new bond issue. That would
force the treasury to demand gold
from all the national banks and
break down 3700 banks in a week.
The Wall street operators are busy
seizing all the California gold by
giving California sight to the treas
ury for legal tenders in New York,
although they signed a contract to
ship gold to New York from London.
They have perjured themselves, and
are taking California gold instead.
I hope you will not take this terri
ble step, because it will convulse all
America and break down the admin
istration." Yours, faithfully,
J. AV. T readwell .
Editor California Bankers’ Magazine.
The following is the clipping re
“ Labor Day, September 2d, is the
day fixed by Mr.Sovereign, the chief
workman, as the day on which the
great boycott against national bank
notes is to be begun by all laborers
and associated bodies thereof in re
fusing to recognize as money, or to
take pay in the notes of all Ameri
can national banks, in any part of
the United States. If this boycott
should hold it would give the Labor
Party full control of America with
out further trouble, in the following
way: The refusal of the bank notes
would force the bankers on to some
of the other eight forms of currency
now in use. Silver could not be
used, because all the silver now in
the treasury is tied up to the silver
certificates, so that the government
dare not use the coined dollars,
while the silver pigs being uncoined
cannot be used at all, that renders
$515,000,000 of the currency useless.
The gold is not enough to go round.
After taking off the $155,000,000
held and tied np in the treasury,
there is only about $300,000,000,
which is all secured by certain firms
and banks in the east, or upon the
“ Silver certificates could be had,
but they are not legal tender to the
people and could only be cashed at
OREGON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24,
the treasuries, therefore they are
barred out altogether. There are
the gold certificates held in large
denominations by banks for clear
ing house purposes, so they are
useless. The same with currency
certificates which are not in less
than $10,000 and only tender in
their own cities of deposit There
are left the greenbacks, the owners
of which could charge a premium
of 20 per cent as being the only
available cash left in America, and
the tender of which is by law full
payment (though the law is uncon.
stitutional). The result would be
that the national banks as a body
would be broken down, for the daily
wage payment of America is about
$400,000,000 a week, and their
whole note issue of $217,000,000
being boycotted and greenbacks at
a premium the Labor Party under
Sovereign would be the real sover
eigns of America, and could ruin
the treasury and break the banks.
The plan of campaign is very astute,
and if carried out will put Wall
street and all their corporations un
der the feet of the laborer.”— S. F.
Voice of Labor.
The chronic grumbler still lives,
but there are less cases of chronic
Indegestion and Dyspepsia than
The fact is so many
people in the past have taken Sim
mons Liver Regulator that they are
now cured of these ills.
great multitude are now taking Sim
mons Liver Regulator for the same
troubles and they’ll soon be cured.
“ It is the best medicine.”— Mrs. E.
Raine, Baltimore, Md.
P O P U L IS T S .
A n E l f c t f u n In r C o u n t y -C o m m it t e e
t o B e lle lr t iu E a c h V o l i n s P r e
c i n c t O c t o b e r 7 , IS O S .
To the People's Party voters o f
Coos county, Oregon, Greeting:
The principle of our party is to
select its County Central Committee
by the initiative, and that each vot
ing precinct be represented on said
To be in harmony with this prin
ciple it is the opinion of your Cen
tral Committee that it will be for
th' uest iuterests of the People’s
Party of Coos county to reorganize
your County Central Committee.
You are, therefore, requested to
meet at your respective voting places
on Monday, the 7th day of October,
1895, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon,
and select one from among you for
each voting precinct as a member of
your County Committee.
The Central Committee so chosen
is requested to meet at Coquille City,
on Monday, the 14th day of October,
1895, and organize by selecting its
officers and publish a notice of their
organization in the Coquille City
H erald , Marshfield Sun and Bandon
Recorder. Those who by unforeseen
circumstances may be prevented
from attending the meeting at Co
quille City will send their creden
tials to J. S. McEwen, Coquille City,
Or., that their names may be en
rolled as members of the new com
The undersigned, members of
your County Central Committee,
hereby tender their resignation, the
same to take effect when the new
committee herein suggested has
effected an organization
L T. W eekly ,
J. H. M athexy ,
O. A. K elly ,
A. M. C ollver ,
AV m . P h ilips ,
County Central Committee of the
People’s Party for Coos County,
AH dnizgleta guarantee Dr. Miles’
P ills to eton Headache. “One ce n ts
Mrs. E. E. Davis, of San Miguel,
Cal., says: “ I am trying in a meas
ure to repay the manufacturers of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
the great good their remedy has
done me. For years I was a con
stant sufferer from weak lungs and
bronchial asthma. My rest at night
was disturbed by a hacking cough,
so that I felt miserable the greater
part of the time.
recommended by friends were tried,
none of which proved suitable to
my case. I did not experience any
beneficial results until I began tak
ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
After two bottles of the large size
have been used I am pleased to
state, my health is better than it has
been for years. The soreness has
left my lungs and chest and I can
breathe easily. It has done me so
much good that I want all who are
suffering from lung troubles, as I
was, to give it a trial.” For sale by
J Dr. 8. L. Leneve, druggist
Your own local paper, The H e r a l d
and the twice-a-week New York
World aL for only $2.26 a year.
T h e ü e n z a s a ila a m te s d s a d
O th er P ioneer*« H o m e —Grand
U p p e r C o q u ille Heeue«.
E d . H erald :— A few days since,
yonr correspondent enjoyed a de
lightful drive np the South Fork of
the Coqnille river, a distance of 20
miles. The weather was perfect
and the roads in fine condition, and
the elements and the people con
spired to make onr visit in that
lovely portion of Cooe county en
joyable to the fullest extent. Leav
ing Myrtle Point on Monday morn
ing, we crossed the river and skirted
the foothills on the south side,
leaving the farms to our left along
the river bottom. Some five miles
out, the road crosses the South
Fork, traverses a fine bottom con
taining some magnificent farms,
and then crosses back onto the old
homestead of Dr. Hermann, the
boyhood home o f Hon. Bingnr
Hermann,onr present congressman.
This fine old country-seat is now
owned and occupied by Manuel
Hermann and his estimable family.
Here we received a cordial invita
tion from the genial host and host
ess to stop and take dinner, which
invitation we gladly accepted and
greatly enjoyed- The broad acres
of well tilled land, and the orchard
o f large apple, pear, and prune
trees, are all evidences of an early
settlement. As we looked over this
beautiful homestead we could not
help thinking of the moral heroism
that was demanded to enable this
cultured family to locate here in
the great forests of Coos couutr
near 30 years ago and carve*out
this splendid farm nñder such try
ing circamstancee. All honor to
Leaving Mr. Hermann's, our road
lay along the river, crossing it here
aDd there, occasionally climbing
some spurs of the bills that skirted
the river ou either side;
plunging through some narrow
gorge; now traversing some broad,
open valley; now threading its way
through somber old myrtle groves;
then up along mountain grades,
overhung by bristliDg liveoaks
and gorgeous maples, whose au
tumn foliage was tiuted in all col
ors, from the deepest emerald to
the brightest scarlet
deur and beauty aseyerywhere met
the gaze were well calculated to
awaken all of the poetry and ro
mance iu one's nature, and paint
pictures loD g to be remembered.
We stopped for the night in the
North Carolina settlement, where
we met a few former acquaintances
and made many new ones. The
school in this valley is under the
efficient management of Prof. 8am
Johnsrn, and we learned was well
attended. This is a lovely valley
and can boast of some very tine
farms an l a most hospitable and
intelligent class of people. But
here we met with one very sad case.
On Monday afternoon before our
arriyal the residence of a Mr. Jef
ferson, with all its contents, became
the victim of the fire-fiend and
was entirely consumed. The fam
ily wpnt away during tb9 day, and
returned l»ter to find their entire
earthly possessions a heap of smol-
deriug ashes. The case is espec
ially Bad because Mr. Jefferson was
a poor man, dependent upon bis
labor for subsistence, and is left
utterly destitute and without the
meaos to replace the household
goods destroyed. Not one item of
all his goods was saved.
The case will demand immediate
attention upon the part of his
friends and neighbors and the gen
Our homeward drive was bnt a
repetition of the previous day, with
the picture reversed, and was
greatly enjoyed by yonr S cribe .
StoD «offering! Try Dr. Miles' Pain Pilla.
(Coos Bay New*.)
Goods from the Bandon woolen
mills were displayed, Monday, iu
the Garfield building, and were the
subject of favorable comment.
Smith & Perbam Bro’s, of Port
land, secured the contract to build
the new school-house, their bid of
$10,985 being the lowest.
The inspectors of halls and boil
ers, San Francisco, have snspended
Capt. Drisco, of the Homer, for 30
days, on acconntof the late collision
between that vessel and the Arago.
Capt. Harry Lockwood has sold
hie interest in the steamer Antelope,
in the Coqnille trade, and the boat
is tied up for the present.
Dal Cathcart left for the Coquille,
Friday, to survey a line between R.
Houghton’s land and theS. O. Co’s
property near Norway.
The boys have been bagging a
good many eandsnipe, on tbe mud
flats opposite town, since tbe sea
son opeDed. Ted Walter shot 250
In Cnba tbe battles sre won by
the first man who reaches the tel
She— Yes, I am awfolly fond of
pets. H e— Indeed? Wbst. may I
ask, is your favorite animal? She
D A O I f achí and Rasen ATOM relieved
D H v I k b i Dr. Mile«' Nerve Plantara.
Herald and Rural Northwest for $2
We effer a valuable premium to
omr subscribers who are interested
in the farm, fruit-growing and stock,
without extra cost; in other words,
$3 for $2— two papers for the price
13000 PARCELS OF MAIL”TREE
Render, did you ever take S im m ons
L i v e r R e g u l a t o r , the “ K in o o p
L i v e r M e d ic in e s T” E verybody needs
take a liver remedy. It is a sluggish ox
liver that impairs digestion
and causes constipation, when the waste
that should be carried o ff remains in
the body and poisons the whole system.
That dull, heavy feeling is due to a
torpid liver. Biliousness, Headache,
Malaria and Indigestion are all liver
diseases. Keep the liver active by
occasional dose of Simmons Liver Reg-
1 you’ll get rid of these trou
bles, and give tone to the whole sys- Address—
temi For a laxative Simmons Liver
Regulator is b e t t e r t h a n P i l l s . It
does not gripe, nor weaken, but greatly
refreshes and strengthens.
Every package lias the R ed Z
stamp on the wrapper. J . H.
Zeilin & Co., Philadelphia.
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p r i n t e d on sum m ed
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lishers and m anufac
turers y ou 'll receive,
probably, thousands o f
valuable lxx»ks, papers,
samples, magazines, etc.
_ _ A l l f w e and each parcel
____one o fv o u r printed adtlruns label*
pasted thereon. l i X T l l A ! \Ve will
also print and prepay pontage on 500 o f
your label luldretu'os to y o u ; which
stick ou yon r envelope*, books, etc., to
prevent their being loot. J. A . W a r e ,
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D irectory I ’ ve received m y 500 address
liilx-lK and ov er 3 0 0 « t*a r«*el* o f
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o f m ull frnm all purl* o f the W orld ."
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asi Stose Worbs
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jet a large box and a valuable
amily household book free.
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• 1 9 MONTGOMERY S T ., S . P .. CAL.
J. J. B A K E R 'S
Liven Feel % Sale Stables,
He— A fellow called me a don
key the other day. She—Didn’t
S IN G L E and D O U B L E R IG S ,
yon feel like kicking him?
Manufacturer o f Marble Monuments. Head
F IN E TEAMS,
stones, Tablets, etc.
Rollins—W hy don’t you buy a
S A D D L E -H O R S E S
wheel and stop borrowing? Bangem Cemetery lots enclosed with stone coping
or oarbing. Iron railings furnished to or.
— I can’t ride well enough yet.
der. Correspondence solicited from parties
R E A SO N A B L E P R IC E S .
living in the countrv or other towns who
Dinks— Was Growler’s pnrpose may wish anything in my line of business.
Regular trip» with fine hacks connection
M a b s h t ib l d
. . . .
- O beo .
o f whipping tbe editor carried out?
with trains At Kosebnrg; two trips daily to
Danks— No, but Growler was.
and from Coqnille City, making prompt
“ Who was tbe first man to make
a mountain out of a mole hill?”
“ Ob, some real estate dealer, I
Upton— I hear that De Sharp
has been losing money lately.
Downton—Impossible. He is not
a capitalist; be is a company pro
A Regular Sharp.—“ What is
Smith doing now?” “ H eis travel
ing with a circus.” “ Pretty bard
work, isn’t it?” “ No; he has noth
ing to do except to stick his head
into tke lion’s mouth twice a day.”
A Yankee was puzzling over a
placard in the Rue St. Honors, the
lastlioe of which was: Special ponr
la coiffure des dam ’ s. T o another
Yankee, who happened along, he
said it was something about coffer
dams, but bed be blest if he knew
P A TE N TS
NOTICE TO INVENTORS.
There was never a time in the his
tory of our country when the de
mand for inventions and improve
ments in the arts and sciences gen
erally was so great as now.
conveniences of mankind in the fac
tory and workshop, the household,
on the farm, and in official life,
require continual accessions to the
appurtenances and implements of
each in order to save labor, time and
expense. The political change in
the administration of government
does not affect the progress of the
American inventor, who being on
the alert and ready to perceive the
existing deficiencies, does not permit
the affairs o f the government to deter
him from quickly conceiving the
remedy to overcome existing discrep
ancies. Too great care cannot be
exercised in choosing a competent
and skillful attorney to prepare and
prosecute an application for patent.
Valuable interests have been lost and
destroyed in innumerable instances
by the employment of incompetent
counsel, and especially is this advice
applicable to those who adopt the
“ No patent, no pay" system. Inven
tors who entrust their business to
this class of attorneys do so at im
minent risk, as the breadth and
strength of the patent is never con
sidered in view of a quick endeavor
to get an allowance and obtain
the fee then due.
CLAIMS COMPANY, John Wed-
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representing a large number of im
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well as general periodicals of tbe
country, was instituted to protect its
patrons from the unsafe methods
heretofore employed in this line of
business. The said company is pre
pared to take charge of all patent
business entrusted to it for reason
able fees, and prepares and prose
cutes applications generally, includ
ing mechanical inventions, design
patents, trade-marks, labels, copy
rights, interferences, infringements,
validity roports, and gives es]iecial
attention to rejected cases.
also prepared to enter into competi
tion with any firm in securing for
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To B icSanp-,
8 0 Acres of land
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county. Or. Well adapted to fruit or pc
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For particulars enquire at H e r a l d off!
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IN F O R M A T IO N
A BO U T
P E N S IO N S
A D D R E SS
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P H IL IP W. A V IR E T T , General Manager.
Washington, D. C .
P. O. Box 463,
Honorably discharged soldiers and sailors who served ninety days, or over, in the late
war are entitled, if now partially or wholly disabled fo r ordinary manual labor, whether
disability was caused by service or not, and regnrdlesa o f their pecuniary circumstances,
WIDOWS of such soldiers and sailors are entitled (if not remarried) whether soldiers
death was due to army service or not, if now dependent upon their own labor for sup
port. Widows not dependent upon their own laljor are entitled if the soldier’s death
was due to service.
CHILDREN are entitled (if under 16 years) in almost nil cases where there was no
widow, or she has since died or remarried.
PARENTS are entitled if sold ier left neither widow nor child, provided soldier died in
service, or from effects o f service, and they are now dependent upon their own labor for
aupport. It makes no difference whether soldier served or died in late war or in regular
armv or navy.
, . ,
Soldiers of the late war, pensioned under one law, may apply for higher rates under
other lnwa, without losing any rights.
Thousands of soldiers drawing from f»2 to $10 per month under the old law are entitled
to higher rates under new law, not only on account of disabilities for which now pen
sioned. but also for others, whether due to service or not.
Soldiers and sailors disabled io line of duty iu regular army or navy since the war are
also entitled, whether discharged for disability or not.
Survivors, ana their widows, o f the Black Hawk, Creek Cherokee, and Seminole or
Florida Indian wars o f 1832 to 1842. are entitled under a recent not.
MEXICAN WAlt SOLDIERS and their widows also entitled, if 6 2 yea rsof age or dis
abled or dependent.
Old claims completed and settlement obtained, whether pension has been granted
under later laws or not.
Rejected clair* s reopened and settlement secured, if rejection improper or illegal.
Certificate« o f service and discharge ob tained for soldiers and sailors of the late wai
who have lost their original papers.
Send for laws and information. No charge for adyioe. No fee unless successful.
A J d ”
THE PRESS CLAIMS CO.,
P H ILIP W. AVIKETT, General Manager.
W ash ington, D. O .
P. O. Box 463.
L o o k H re!
C O M E A -R X J N N IN G !
•ii-re a t
B a r g a in s
E state !
The L E H N 1IE R R addition to Myrtle Point has been recently plat
ed and placed on the market, and ia offered so cheap and ou anch
easy terma that parties wishing to purchase property in the benti-
fnl town o f Myrtle Point should take a look at this addition before
purchasing elsewhere. W e only a k cne-fonrth down, balance from
one to two years’ time.
Fine acrage property adjoining this addi
tion for sale cheap.
J. A. L ehnhebk , agent, Myrtle Point, Or.
Yc a st
]V I a ,i* s lifie lc L ,
R. R. Center of Coos County.
Lots are now on the Market.
For further information apply to the
COM PAN Y
At East Marshfield, Oregon