Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Coquille City herald. (Coquille City, Or.) 188?-1904 | View This Issue
County court was to reconvene
The county board of equalization
T U E 8D A Y ,
S E P T . 24. U80.
concluded its work without much
R E G U L A R TR A IN S
friction last week.
J u r a u l.
, W e d n e s d a y s a n d f u i -
day» will ran uu follows;
12.15 p. m.
8 .0 0 a . ra.
ll.0 0 a .r o .
C O Q U IL L E C IT Y
9 .5 0
M yrtle Point
o n d a ys
Additional locals on 2d and 4th
James Brown o f Myrtle Point,
and family, are down visiting his
father, G. A. Brown.
The equinoxial storm spent its
force in several days of rain, with
some intervening pleasant weather.
There was but little wind.
Miss Pollock, who has been visit
ing her sister Mrs. Dickson the
To McDonald’s, for hot or cold
past summer in this place, left for
her home at Grants Puss last Sat
Comrade D. P. Strang is quite
ill since last Friday.
C. L. Gray's handsome now bus
The Coquille Academy will open
bouse is uow being painted.
its fall term next Monday.
Noah Leueye is the artist, aud the
Mrs. Boutell is on a visit to
building will show up beautifully
friends in DouglaB county.
Prof. Kanematz returned from
The tug Katie O’Neil came from
the mines near Eckley Sunday.
the bay Saturday evening and dis
Miss Annie Hammerlof o f the
charged a large quantity of freight
North Fork is visiting Mr. Alex-
at our whurf. Capt. Wheeler be
gins to look familiarly on our
Admission and lunch at W. R, C. streets.
ladies’ fair and entertainment only
Beyers & Hunt, photographers,
received their package of freight
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Elliott left which got strayed on the way up
Saturday on a visit to frieuds at from the city, and so they say that
they will have all orders taken be
fore the loth ready for delivery on
W eak, Irritable,Tired
•«I Was No Good on Earth/*
the weak, builds up tho broken
down constitution, and permanently
cures every kind of nervous disease.
44 A b o u t o n e y e a r a g o I tea s a fflicted
w it h n e r v o u s n e s s , s le e p le s s n e s s .
C r e e p in g s e n s a t i o n i n t n y le g s ,
S lig h t p a lp i t a t io n o f t n y h e a r t ,
D i s t r a c t i n g co n f u s i o n o f t h e m i n d ,
S e r io u s l o s s o r la p s e o f m e m o r y .
W e ig h t e d d o ten w i t h c a r e a n d
w o r r y . I c o m p l e t e l y lo s t a p p e t it e
A n d f e l t m y v it a l i t y w e a r in g o u t,
I w a s w e a k , ir r i t a b l e a n d t i r e d ,
M g w e i g h t w a s r e d u c e d t o lO O lb s .,
I n f a c t I w a s n o g o o d , o n e a r th ,
A friend brought
me Dr. Miles* book,
"N ew and Start
ling F a cts," a»d
I finally decldod
to try a bottle of
D r .
M iles *
Before I had taken
one bottle I could
sleep as well as a
lO-yr.-old boy. My
W h e n I h a d t a k e n t h e s i x t h b o ttle
M y w e i g h t i n c r e a s e d t o 1 7 9 b s .,
T h e s e n s a t i o n in m y l e g s w a s g o n e ;
M y n e r v e s s te a d ie d c o m p l e t e l y ;
M y m e m o r y w a s f u l l y re sto re d .
M y b r a in s e e m e d c l e a r e r t h a n e v e r .
X f e l t a s g o o d a s a n y m a n o n e a r th .
D r . M iles* R e s t o r a t i v e N e r v in e i s
A g r e a t m e d ic in e , I a s s u r e y o u .**
W a l t e r R. B u r b a n k .
Dr. Miles' Nervine is sold on a positive
iruarantee that tho first bottle will Denefit.
druggists 6ell it a t $1,6 bottles for $5, or
it will bo sent, prepaid, on receipt o f price
Jy the Dr. M iles Medical Co., Elkhart, lad.
Dr. Miles’ Nervine
Returning prosperity will make many rich, but nowhere can they make ao much within '
a abort time ua by auuoeaaful Speculation in G rain, Froviaiona and Stook.
» t n
0 0 FOB e a c h d o l l a r i n v e s t e d c a n b e m a d e b y o u r
Systematic Plan of Speculation
originated by as. A ll successful speculators operate on a regular system .
It is a well-known fact that there are thousands o f people in a ll parts o f the United (
States who, by system atic trading through Chicago brokers, make large am ounts every j
year, ranging from a few thousand dollars for the man who invests a hundred or two
hundred dollars up to $50,000 or $100,000 or more by those who invest a few thousand.
It is ulso a faot that those who make tho largest profits from comparatively small [
investments on this plan are persons who live away from Chicago aud invest through
brokers who thoroughly understand system atic trading.
Our plan does not risk the whole amount invested on any trade, but covers both 9ides,
so that whether the market rises or fails it brings a steady profit that piles up enormously
in a short tim e.
W R IT E F O B C O N V IN C IN G P R O O F S, also our Manual on successful speculation
and our Daily M arket Report, full o f m ouey-m aking pointers. A L L F R E E . O ar M an
ual explains margin trading fully.
Highest references in regard to our standing and
For f arther information address
T H O M
A $5000 Challenge in Gold Coin
to Any One Who Will Show a Record Like
T H E
IM P E R IA L
ear Nearly 500 were sold in Oregon and Washington
Heir during the season of 1894. -®n
N O R T H P A C IF IC B IC Y C L E CO.,
133 Morrison street, Portland, Oregon,
FOR PRICES, APPLY
The W. R. C. ladies’ fair next
G-. F. B O U T E L L , C oq u ille C ity,
Saturday night. Don’t miss it.
AGENT FOR COOS COUNTY.
Miss Flora Quick came up from
Only 10 cents for admission and the lower river last week and is
lunch at W. R C. ladies’ fair and at this place, at her sister’s, Mrs.
entertainment next Saturday night. Lavine’s.
Miss Millie Bromllette lectured
Some o f oar friends might sup
ply us with wheat for chicken feed, at Marshfield last Sunday night.
which will be credited on subscrip She expects to leave for Boston in
a fortnight, where she will stedy
The Aandon woolen mills shipped through the winter.
a large stock of goods to the bay
by tbe tug Katie O’Neal last week,
these usually came to this place
and went to the bay by rail. The
tug has changed matters consider
L o s t —By Leonard C o o d , on Au
gust 29tb, between the Norway
scboolbonse and Coaledo, on the
Dr. J. P. Easter, formerly of wagon-road, one sack, containing
this county, has located at Ash- one pair of blankets and one com
fort. Tbe finder will be suitahly
rewarded by leuvieg same at the
J. F. Mast o f A.rago delivered H e r a l d office.
some nice home-cured bacon in
Prof. J. W. Vogel, the eye
town last week.
specialist, who advertised in last
Al Wilson gaye a pronoghaphic
exhibition at Gravel Ford last
Saturday night, to a fair bouse.
Several negroes passed through
this place last Friday from Beaver
H ill, on their way “ Gwine Back to
The lumber for the new school-
The bridge at Rookards, up the
house at Marshfield is being fur Middle Fork, is about completed.
nished by Lyons' mill at this place. Mr. Fox cams down last Saturday
Pete Nichols is well on with his for some additional spikes and
new house, in the Spurgeon addi speDt Sunday with his family. The
tion, aud it will be ready for occu bridge is 35 feet high and ICO feet
8. Whetstone and W ill Rose
The steamer Antelope for several
caught 40 fine salmon up to 11 days past hud been serving the
o ’clock last Friday night, aud 32 fishermen and canneries, but will
soou be put on its old run again—
The salmon catch for the canner leaving this.plnce in the morniug,
ies on this river last Tuesday, says returning at night. This will be
the Baudon Recorder, was in the a most acceptable service.
neighborhood of 2500.
Our charming young lady friend
The dance at Gilman's hall last and neighbor, Miss Ora Sheppard,
Saturday night was well attended celebrated her birthday anniversary
and Very enjoyable. A large num Inst Friday and received congratu
lations and presents.
O f course
ber attended from here.
W e learn that Price Bro’s have this was her “ sweet sixteenth” an
disposed of their sawmill at River niversary, emphusized for the fourth
ton, which has passed into the time.
A strictly High Grade Machine, warranted from tho ground up,
<SS C O - , Bankers A Brokers,
241-242 llialto Building, CHICAGO, IL L .
, n o . 19 7 , w o o d m en I
of the W orld, m eets at Masonic Hall
1st and 3d M onday nights o f each m onth. I
A. J. S hbbwood , Consul.
George T . M oulton, Clerk.
THE IMPERIAL BICYCLE,
m & n i j 16 s^rK«,
Firtt and Second Prim
fe b l 96]
Mrs. Seely and daughter Edna, Thursday, 2fith.
came over to this place recently
The auction sale o f notes and
to visit friends.
accounts and judgments, belonging
A masquerade ball will be given to the W. E. Rackleff assigned
at this place next Saturday night a estate, will take place at 1 o ’clock
p. in. tomorrow, at the law office of
week, we learn.
Rey. Mr. Wells, Baptist, will Judge Phillips, in Myrtle Point.
As a general rule, it is best not to correct
preach at the Bear creek school-
costivene8S by the use o f saline or drastic
house next Sunday morning.
W han a purgative is needed,
the m ost prompt, effective and beneficial is
Ayer’ s P ills. Their tendency is to restore,
and not weaken the normal aotion o f the
week’s H e r a l d t o spend several
days in this place, only reached
here Friday, and departed on the
next train on a sudden call to return
Miss Pearl Baxter returned home home to Salem.
H e will now not
last Saturday, from a protracted visit this place again till next sum
stay at Bandon. Her many friends mer.
were glad to greet her.
Are yon sure tbe kidneys are not
your preparation, nnii today I consider m yself oorrpletely cured I'a m m perfect health!
and the horriblecmviuR for tobacco, which every inveterate sin
f * ally appreciates, ■
completely left m e.
I cousider yonr "B e o o -C n ro 1 sim ply wonderful, and can fu lly
recommend it. Yours very truly,
G. W . H ornick .
STE A M E R S
Arago and Areata
Coos Bay and Saa Francisco N
W ill M ake Regular Trips Between
C A R R Y IN G
the canse of your trouble?
I d Passengers and Freight at Lowest
hundreds of cases the patients are
treated for other diseases, when a
O R E G O N C O A L Jt N A V IG A T IO N C O.,
simple kidney remedy would have
E . G . Flanagan, Agent, M arshfield.
McDonald, the barber, has his cured them. Oregon Kidney Tea S. O . Co., Agent, EmpiredDity.
bathroom fixed up in prime order is strictly vegetable and can do you
E x e c u t i o n fem ale.
The tub is like marble, and no harm, and our opinion is, it is
T IC E is hereby given that under and
the room neat and inviting.
Mrs. Sheppard’s. Only of value toj Myrtle Point,
the owner us a preseut.
C.imrade Walter Drain’s 61st
birthday anniversary was observed
We learn that it is the intention
last Sunday, bis good better-half
to proceed with work on the Pres-
having provided a surprise dinner
byteriau church at Willowdalo aud
and invited a number of frieuds to
complete the same during the j
share with him the birthday cake
aud other goocl things of that occa
The Grants Pass Courier re sion. The party consisted of Mr.
marks: “ The Coos county boys “ ud Mr7\V.‘ Drain, Mr. and Mrs. S.
got away with the Roseburg mue j j, Spurgeon, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
even easier than they did that of James, Mr. and Mrs. R. McDonald
and J. S. McEwen. Mrs. Drain’s
IT’S INJURIOUS TO STOP SUDDENLY
and don't be imposed upon by buying a
remedy that requires you to do so, as it is
nothing more than a substitue. In the sud
den stoppage of tobacco you must have
some stimulant, and in most all cases, the
effect of the etimulant, be it opium, mor
phine, or other opiates, leaves
a far worse habit contracted.
Ask your druggist about
Rev. Mr. Wells, Baptist, began a
B A C O -C U IR O .
series o f meetings at tbe Methodist
It is purely vegetable.
church last night, to continue
do not have to stop using tobacco with UA C0-CUR0' It will notify you
nightly through this week. All when to stop and your desire for tobacco will cease,
Your system will be
are cordially invited to attend.
as free from nicotine as the day before you took your first chew or smoke.
Mrs. J. P. Wilbur of Bandon, An iron-clad written guarantee to absolutely cure the tobacco habit in all
Price f l per box, or 5 boxes (30 days
and little daughter, reached this its forms, or money refunded.
treatment and guaranteed cure,) $2.50 For sale by all druggists or will
place o d last Friday’s train, return be sent by mail upon receipt of price.
END" 8 IX TWO - CENT
ing from the valley where they had STAMPS FOR SAMPLE BOX.
Booklets and proofs free.
been on a visit with relatives at
E urek a C h e m i c a l & MVo Co., La Crosse, Wis.
Brownsville, Oregon. Mr. Wilbur
O ffloeof THE PIONEER PRESS COMPANY, 0 . W. Hornick, 8o p t„
met his family here, he having
St. Paul, M inn., Sept. 7,1894.
BarakaChemtoal and M an’ f’ a Co., L a Crosse, W is.— Dear S irs: I have been a tobacco
spent several days at the bay ex
hibiting the products of tbe Ban
don woolen mills and establishing
agencies for the sale thereof.
The Southern Oregon Company
has put electric lights into the can
nery building, and work proceeds
at night as well as by day.
L ost - A cuff-button, moss agate druggists S. L. Leneve of Coquille
pet, between the H erald office and j City, and N. G. W. Perking of
by virtue o f an execution and order o f
f^ale issued out of tho Circuit Court o f
S ta te o f Oregon for Coos County, d a te d the
6th dav o f September, 1825, in favor o f the
C oos B a y , Roseburg and Eastern R ailroad
and N avigation Com pany, plaintiff, and
against the property o f C. j . Bishop, defend
ant, oominandinR rae to make sale o f the
certain attached real property in said exe
cution and hereinafter particularly des
cribed, to satisfy the demands o f the said
plaintiff, tow it:
The sum o f $88.81, to-
Rether with interest thereon from the 22d
day o f M ay, 1835, at the rate o f eight per
cent per annum , the further sum o f $32.5 0 ,
costs, and also the costs o f said execution.
I will. O N S A T U R D A Y , T H E 12TH D A Y
O F O C T O B E R , 1895, at one o’ clock p. m.
o f said day, at the Conrthonse door in the
town o f Empire City, in Coos county,
OreRon, offer for sale and sell at public auc
tion to the hiRhest and best bidder, for
cash, all right title and interest which the
said C . J. B ishop had on the 20th day o f
November, 1893, or m ay at any tim e since
have acquired in or to the following des
cribed real property, tow it: L o ts 1, 2, 8, 9,
11, 1 2 ,1 3 , 14 ,1 5 and 16, nil o f said lots are
in the town o f Marshfield Gardens, in Coos
county, state o f OreRon, occordinR to the
plat o f said town now o f record in the
Clerk’ s office o f said county, or a sufficiency
thereof to satisfy the demands o f said
plaintiff as above set forth.
Dated this 7th day o f September, 1895,
W . W . GAGE,
sepl0 5w) Sheriff o f Coos county, O regon.
O T IC E is hereby Riven, that under and
by virtue o f an execution and order of
sale issued out o f the Circuit Court o f the
State o f Oregon for Coos county, against
M atthew N . Belieu,M artha M . Belieu andW .
L . D ixon, defendants, and in favor o f John
W . Eldridge, plaintiff, commandinR me
to m ake sale o f the certain mortgaged real
property hereinafter particularly described,
or a sufficiency thereof t > satisfy the
amounts specified in said execution, to wit:
$466.50, with interest thereon at the rate of
ten per cent per annum from tho 21st day of
M ay, 1895, an attorney fee o f $50.0(1] and
for $13.00 costs and disbursements, together
with costs on said writ, I will. O N S A T U R
D A Y , T H E 21ST D A Y O F S E P T E M B E R .
1895, at one o’ clock in the afternoon o f said
day, at the Courthouse door in the town of
Empire City, Coos county, Oregon, offer for
sale and sell at publio auction to the hiRh
est and best bidder for cash, all right, title
Riid interest which the said defendants, or
either o f them had on tbe 22d day o f Sep
tember, 1893, or may at any time since nave
acquired in or to the followinR described
real estate: The southeast quarter o f the
northwest quarter, south ha lf o f the north
east quarter, northeast quarter o f the
northeast quarter, north ha lf o f the north
west quarter, southwest quarter o f north
west quarter and northwest quarter of
northeast qnnrter of section two, all in
township thirty south o f range eleven west
of tho Willam ette Meridian, in Coos county,
D ated at Empire City, Coos county, Ore
Ron, this 16th day o f August, 1895.
W . W . GAGE.
Sheriff o f Coos county, Oreqon.
A boarding hall will be con
huuds of A. D. Walcott aud Frank
nected with ttie Coquille academy
this term, to be run on ttie co-oper
Grandma Stone came over from ative plan and presided over by one
SOM E W ANT
the bay yesterday and will stop of the teachers.
This will ufford
presents itself at
with her daughter, Mrs. Simmons. an opportunity for pupils to fur
and elsewhere if any activity m the locality.
She had been very poorly while on nish their own provisions and
Miss Millie Bronillette, the gifted hospitality was boundless and the
Keep your business or affairs alive and
board at the lowest possible cost,
make them m ove. Cash is the riRht thing.
while the management will exercise young elocutionist and stage artist, time passed pleasantly. Comrade
Do not lot any one Ret your nam e down as
debtor. Be free and independent to pur
Johnson Bro’s have received a proper discipline and supervision,
Drain bids fair to passseyeral mile
chase where and what you please. If you
la-ge stock of new goods, and are and have one or more of the teach Presbyterian church at Willowdale stones in life yet, and is well pre
have not the capital to run tho ranch or tho
business pet it on the best terms possible
(Fishtrap) uext Friday evening, served considering his four years
prepared to serve the public with ers present during studies.
and pay for it at current rates, but do not
two prices for poods for the sake o f a
fresh groceries, spices, flavoring
: of faithful, arduous and dangerous
few weeks credit. That is your trouble to
extracts, etc., better than ever be Cecil met with an accident eailv
Econom y is wealth.
Our C L O T H
E. Corman, an old and respected service in the late war. May his
IN G for Sunday and everyday use is well
last week that came near seriously citizen living about 2 miles utove last days be his happiest and best
made and o f pood m aterial.
It is sold at.
He wrs baling hay,
the r ght prioe. S U I h
N D AY
A T Ç»J
l l IT
i l n S AL
The Good Templars are called to
“V T O T IC E is hereby Riven that nnder and U P .
aud while the rope was taut acd
l - i by virtue o f an execution and order
Send fo r our full
meet at Masonic hall next Friday on full straiu it broke, precipating cows aud stock cattle, his house
o f sale issued out o f the Circuit Court of
list o f 14T
the Htate o f Oregon for Coos County, dated
night, 27th inst, for the purpose of him to the ground with great force hold effects, such as bedsteads, A l l l >erson8
the 7th day o f Septem ber, 1896, in favor o f
SMITH’S CASH STORE,
starting in for the winter’s cam while not coufiued to his house, tables, chairs, stoves, etc., and nine
t « C° iUmnf John Norm an, plaintiff, and against tho
416 to 418 Front street. San Francisco .
property o f James M . Lewis, defendant,
There should bo a full
stands of bses hives
full of honey
| it witb their orrter to 3with’s
Cash m e to make sale o f the certain
and thinks among other damage he
m ortgaged real property in said execution
has fractured a rib. He lias many — next Thursday, 29th, beginning Store, 414 to 418 Front street, San and hereinafter particularly described, to
Ayer’ s Sarsaparilla does what no other aches and pains on his person and at 10 a. m.
We regret to lose M r .; Francisco, CaL, will receive pre- satisfy the demands of tbe said plaintiff,
$333.60, with interest thereon at
blood m edicine in existence* can d o .
CormaD and family, as also his son \ miums, as follows: On orders $1 the rate o f ten per cent per annum from |
his face is much swollen.
searches oat till the impurities in the sys
the 15th day o f M ay, 1895; and the further !
E. L. Corman and family, who will *? * l0 > a cj*ild^ ™ ^ ? . . ollJ DimPl° sum o f $67.05 as attorney’ s fees and costs j
tem and expels them harm lessly through
M A R R IE D .
.. Senes: order $10 to $2o, one year s and interest thereon from said 15th day of
the proper channels.
This is why Ayer’ s H o i . m e s -MAWSON— A t Marshfield. Sept. 14, leave in a few
, 8ub8cripUoD, free> to any of M the
a y , 1895, at the rate o f eiRht per cent per
Sarsaparilla is so pre-eminently effective a s 1
a remedy for rheumatism.
Prof. Kanematz informs ns that
Bro. B. J. Harrison and sons are
doing well in tbtir South Sixes
mines. They are well, in excellent
spirits and have bright prospects,
besides the present profitable work
Prof. Hodgin’s school at Bandon
is progressing well, and the attend
ance is the largest already, thus
early, for a private term that he
has had, with quito a number more
to go yet. The enrollment now is
The Sun was reduced to 81.50
per annum under Mr. Vander-
bnrg’s management, but Mr. Luse,
who has been placed at the helm
by Judge Fullerton's action in dis
solving the injunction, has restored
the rate to 82.
Florence West: It was the inten
tion of Capk Winant, commander
o f the Bandorille. to go to Yaquina
and Portland before stopping in at
this port to have some repairs done
on bis vessel.
But when off the
Suislaw bar something about the
shaft was broken, the propeller
injured, and, in consequence, the
vessel leaked badly, so be put in at
this port Monday and will beach
the Bandorille here nntil the needed
repairs can he made.
1895. by K ey. W . H orsfall, E . B . Holmes
and M iss J. K . Mawson.
S m it h - D a n ik u s ix — At llandon, Sent. H, 1885,
,les«e Sm ith, o f Coos river, and M iss Lon
D anielson, o f B andon.
B kanijt -F obthb — At Empire C ity, Sept. 14,
1895, by K. J Cussnus, J. 1’ ., Julius Brandt
and M iss M ary Porter.
! lowing PAPERS *
Minium, and also tho costs o f and upon said
execution. I will, O N S A T U R D A Y , T H E
12TH D A Y O F O C T O B E R , 1895, at the
hour o f one o’ clock p. in. o f said day, at
the Courthouse dcor in the town o f Empire
Citv, in Coos cofinty, OreRon, offer for sale
and sell at public auction to tbe hiRhest
and best bidder, for cash, all right, title
and interest which the said defendant.
James M . Lewis, had on the 6th day o f
April, 1893, or may a t any time since have
acquired in or to the lots numbered one
ana two, and the sonthwest quarter o f the
northeast quarter, and the northwest quar
ter o f the southeast quarter, all o f section
five, in township thirty-one sonth, o f range
twelve west of the W illam ette Meridian, in
Coos county, OreRon. or a sufficiency
thereof to satisfy the demands o f tbs said
plaintiff as above set forth.
Dated Septem ber 9,1895.
W . W GAGE,
sopl05w j Sheriff o f Coos county, O regon,
JOHN H. YAGER,
— D EA LER i n —
Hardware, Stoves, Tin
ware. Queesware, Glass
ware, Lamps, Cutlery,
BAN D O N ,
O R .
M A IL
attended to, . and goods shipped pel*
steamer to all points on the upper river a t
prices that defy com petition.
C O A L S’J OVES,
W OOD S T O V E S ,
COOK S T O V E S
R AN G ES.
B U IL D IN G H A K D W A U E — Such * » N a il*,
Screws, Locks, H inges, etc., at
Sontliern Oregon Go's LaM,
CUTTING ON OR REMOV
ING CHITTIM BARK FROM THE
THORIZED, W ILL BE PROSE
CUTED ACCORDING TO L A W ,
l^ T A n y person furnishing sufficient e v i
dence for tue recovery o f Bark so taken w ill
be given on e-h alf of the bark recovered.
SOUTHERN OREGON CO.
June ll-*3m J
W . L . D o u 9 THE
g la s
S 3 S H 9 O . CORDOVAN,
FRENCH ACNAMKLLED CALF.
.U m F ihe C au &K ammi »
* 3 .V POUCE,3 SOLE«.
B andon , Oregon. June 20, 1895.
t h ih d a t e
, u n t il f u r t h e r
notice, we will pay 12 cents for pood
Uncle Gabe Brown, besides b a v - S C A T T E R E D h e e d s , Philadelphia. P a .
j w .
i, delivered here. For further partic
l a d i e s -
handsome flower beds at I H O M E M A G A Z IN E , W ashington,
i "1 y,cisco.
ulars, call on or addresa
D . C.
B A N D O N W O O L E N M IL L S C O .
his home, blooming with roees and FA R M j o u r n a l , Philadelphia, Pa.
6EsfP oN* ° l\
Backs and twine will be furnished free
O nly one coupon honored with each order.
application to parties disposing o f
beautiful flowers of many kinds, [Sugar
eu in the
m e above
purchases not included
their wool to ua.
has specially attractive Japan lilies offer.]
B U R *.
Over On. Mlllloa People wear the
Books from onr 25 cent
MrDoxAi.D—At Beaver H ill. Sept. 9,1895. to in full bloom, very large aud fill
list m ay be chosen in place
Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
M r. and Mrs. Thom as M cD onald, a son.
g il l h a m
All our shot* are equally satisfactory
ing the air with fragrance. They o f papers i f preferred.
They give the best
beet value for the money*
e r m a t o l o g ic a l
p l e n ip o t b n -
D IE D .
1 hey equal custom Shoes In style end fit.
arelovely. Then his apple orchard
tiary. sonopraphical and extemporan
Geo. Moulton again accepts the
F istibb — At Berlin, G erm any, Ang. 27,1895,
Thair wearing qualities ere unsurpassed.
eou s coiffure arranging without platitudin
Louis Fisher, o f Marshfield, Oregon, a <ed is a sight, the trees propped np agency of the Pacific nursery at
ous ponderosity; hirsute appendages mowed
f rom $i to $3 saved over other makes.
and electrocuted synchronously.
If year dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by
everywhere, some denuded o f sev Tangent, Oregon, and will canvass
J ohnson — At Libby, Sept. 18, 1895, Maria,
This is a reliable
beloved wife o f Andrew Johnson, aged ti l eral boxes o f weight, yet banging Coos county.
AfTIiKH O F L A N D FO R KALE -
A beautiful home.
lOOO prune to take excladive sale tor this vicin
years, 9 m onths and 12 days.
to tbe ground and breaking. The
trees com ing into bearing; a pood apple
S t o n b — At Freewater, eastern Oregon. Sept.
Write at once.
to Coos county patrons, while
orchard and som e small fruit; good house ity.
15,1895, Neely Stone, son o f David Stone, fruit is perfect, too, there being no
and barn and outlm ildinps; plenty o f pood
George is also well known and
formerly o f H alls (¡reek, in this county,
water and every thing convenient. Apply to
aged 7 years.
deals fairly with onr citizens.
E. CORM AN.
M yrtle Poin t, O r., or on the place.
you want fruit trees of any kind,
-O F -
true to name and at fair prices,
(J a t a r r ix .
M PR O VED FARM O f
w o AC R ES
A w arded
give George Moulton yonr order.
pood fruit and grain land in Rogue
E. W. J o y C o m p a m t — Gentlemen:
H ig h est H on ors— W o r ld ’ s Fair*
River Valley, for exchange for a small
place near « town in Coos county, or sub
I I have just completed the second
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
J . L IN D 8 L E Y ,
bottle of your VegetableSnrsaparilla,
Beagle, Jackson countv, Oregon*
W IL L . ON W E D N E SD A Y, 8E PT EM
Red Front Uniliding—np-nt.ir» -F r o n t S t ,
ber 25. 1895, offer for sale and sell to
J I have had catarrh for years which
the highest bidder, for cash, the notes, Testimonials tor Lew is’ Rheumatic
C O Q U IL L E C IT Y .
affected my eves, hearing and stom
accounts and judgm ents belonging to the
ach. Frequently would have dull
W . E . Rackleff Assigned Estate, at 1
o’ clock p. m ., at the office o f Judge P h il
headaches for days at a time. Since
The m odem stand
R A R E CHANGE
lips, in M yrtle Point. Or.
W , T . LrwTs. M anufacturer o f Lewis1 Lin
taking your remedy I have felt no
JO H N B O N E W I T Z ,
intent . M yrtle Point. O re g o n .
ard Family Medi
Assignee for W . E . Rackleff.
P rar K ir : I have been troubled with
sick headache for years, and have tried
Trusting you will publish this as
cine : Cures the
many remedies, but found n o good result
j I want any one suffering from any
from an ything nntil I tried your Great Lin-
m r n t. f found permanent relief from one
of the above symptoms to be bene
O T IC E is hereby given that a final application an d recommend it to the public
fited. Kindly send me two more
accounting will be made o f tbe Rnck- for like trouble. I have often been in bed
ills o f humanity.
A r r flC --4 0 acre* extr* finer
leff assignment at the coming October f o r 2 o r 3 d a y s with th is dreadful disease e n
! bottles by return express. (Signed)
c a 1 ...t t. n> I M id , *11 improYPil
term o f the Circuit Court for C oo*C ounty, and havesnffered intensely, but I am happy
M r . F uedebick D e R ichmond ,
foeated: fair house, pood apple,
Oregon, at which time the assignee will ask to say tnat I have at last found a sure cure,
prune and cherry orchards, good barn, best
A U C T IO N - S A L E
Notes and Accounts.
S t a ll ail Hair Dressing
Nice Home for Sale
-» M R
M o st Perfect M a d e .
Y e a rs th e S tan dard .
Every mail brings a new batch of
I tentinioniiiU for Joy’s Vegetable
Dft ted st_ M yrtle I*oint, this 30th day of
JO H N B O N E W ir Z .
I M p3 4t]
and Neuralgic Linim ent.
M UK. O . W . STEW A R T.
This Liniment on sale at Leneve's
o f water for household and stock in abund
ance. About 1 mile from postoffice, close*
to river and creamery, and good sch ools
with county road running on one side o f
place. Inquire at
H E R A L I) OFFICE*-