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Body Found on Beach.
October 16, 1903.
Dare Holden, who is driving the
PU1H.1SHED EVERY TUESDAY To the School Directors, Principals stage on the beach to the Umpqua,
and Touchers in the Public Schools 1 eports finding the body of a man
on the beach about 1 ^ miles beyond
of Oregon :
D. F- DEAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR
The Louisianna Purchase Expo, Tenmile creek, on his trip north
The head and feet
■ition is to be held in St. Louis in Wednesday.
County Official Paper. 1904, and for the first time in tha were gone, and the body was in an
advanced stage of decomposition,
Devoted to the material and social np- history of enterprises of this kind,
ou ld in g o f theOoqoiUe Talley particularly the Department o f Education baB having evidently been in the water
and o f Oooa Oonnty generally.
keen assigned first place, and a sep about three weeks.
Subscription, per rear, in aavanoe. $1.30
arate building has been provided estimates the man to have been
for the educational exhibit and a about 5 feet 9 or 10 inches in
comparative display from all the height and well built. On the body
was found blue silk underclothing,
C bbistuit C hchch . — Pleaching every leading nations of the world.
Sunday at 11 a. ia. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
a pair of gray pants and a brown
It is earnestly desired by this de
school at 10 a. in. Chttatian Endeavor at
11:30 p. in. Prayer meeting every Wednes partment that Oregon shall take its leather belt, and these articles may
lead to identification of the body,
day evening R i f:30. All cordially Invited.
proper place as a leading exhibitor
which is supposed to be that of a
Epiaoopal O h n roh B p in oop al aervioee in that department.
will be held at St. .Tames chnrch, Coquille
passenger on the ill-fated South
terest heretofore manifested by the
City the third Sunday in each month.
Mr. Holden moved the
Sunday school at 10 a. m. each annday.
people of Oregon in all matters per
Wm. Horsefall, Paetor.
body to the top of the sea wall and
taining to education, justify the ex-
notified the Douglas county author
M E. Chnrch, South: Preaching caoh
and evenr Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. pectation of hearty co-operation in ities.
Later he employed some
ni. Snnday-school every Sunday at 10 the preparation of an educational
o ’clock. Senior Epwortb League at 0:30, p. display that will intelligently and fishermen to burry the body on the
m. Jnmor League at 8:30,p.m . Prayermeet
effectively illustrate Oregon’s school sea wall.—Coast Mail.
ing Thureday evening at 7:30.
H . C. Allen, pastor.
Bystem and the results achieved in T h e H e a t l l c i n r i l y F u r C r i m p .
Methodist Epitoopal ohnroh.—Servioes all lines of work.
the first aud’HbirdJSqaday in eaoh month.
(From the Atchison, Kan., Daily Globe )
Preaching at 11 o’clock a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Prof. F. G. Young has been ap
This is the seasoD when the wo
Sunday sohogl at 10 o'olock a. m.
pointed as tne educational exhibit man who knows the best remedies
worth Leagtallit 6:80 p. m.
W .H . M tkbs .
commissioner for Oregon, and Supt. for croup is in demand in every
H. 8. Lyman as superintendent, and neighborhood. One of the most ter.
P besbytuixii C hubch .—Preaching eer- these gentlemen have, in conjunc
rible things in the world is to be
vicos 2nd and 4th Sundays, morning ard
evoning, Sunday Sohool every 8nnday at tion with the committee appointed awakened in the middle of the night
10a. m. Christian Endeavor servioes every for this purpose by the State Teach
by a whoop from one of the children.
Sunday atC:30p.- m., Miss Winnie Hall,
Ladies’ Aid and Missionary ers' Association, prepared a cireular The croup remedies almost as sure
Society meets every two weeks on Thurs containing suggestions and plans
days at 2 p. m. A oordial welcome is ex for preparing a creditable exhib to be lost, in case of croup, as a re
tended to the pnblio to attend all our Ber
volver is sure to be lost in case of
ition, which you will receive in due burglars. These used to be an
A dolph H abeklt , Pastor
The W. C. T. D. meets every 1st and 3rd
old fashioned remedy for croup,
Friday at 2 p. m. at the Christian ohnroh. cations should be addressed
to known as hive syrup and tolu, but
208 Vine some modern mothers say that
O hubch op ItirmsuaD I sbibl : Servioes Supt. H. S. Lyman,
every 1st and 3rd Sunday in eaoh month by street, Portland, Oregon.
Chamberlin’s Cough Remedy is bet
Elder J. H. James.
Firmly believing that all will take ter, and does not cost so much.
hold of the matter with zeal and causes the patient to “ throw up the
LO C AL ITEM S.
enthusiasm to the end that this ex phlegm” quicer, tnd gives relief in
hibition of school work will be the a shorter time. Give this remedy
Flour, Flour, Flour, at Ray’s.
best in the history of the State, I as soon as the croupy cough appears
H e r a l d offioe phone No. 105.
and it will prevent the attack. It
J. H. A ckerman ,
H. W. Holyeratott, of Fairview,
never failes and is pleasant and safe
Supt. Public Instruction.
was in town Thursday.
to take. For sale by R. S. Knowlton.
M in in g location notices at Dry-
A S ta r tlin g T e a t.
A Grand Opportunity for a Ranch-
den’s, the Job Printer.
To save a life, Dr. T. G. Merritt,
J. K. Scott, of Myrtle Point, of No. Mehoopany, Pa., made a
A ranch of 219 acres, one o f the
went to Bsndon yesterday.
startling test resulting in a wonder best on the upper Coquille, at a
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Qehlke, of ful cure. He writes, “a patient was bargain.
One-half down and bal
Prosper, visited in this section a attacked with violent hemorrhages, ance on long time.
day or so last week.
caused by ulberation of the stomach. the H e r a l d o ffic e or the Myrtle
F or S ale . A fine farm team, a I had often found Electric Bitters Point express
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mare and horse, weight about. 1000
lbs each. Apply to J. D. ye rs,
The p itient gained from the first, in at Mrs. Noslers.
and has not had an attack in 14
Judge J. H. Schroeder, o f Ara- months.” Electric Bitters are posit-
go, had business in town on Wed ivly guaranteed for Dyspepsia, In
nesday, and made us a short call digestion, Constipation and Kidney
on his rounds.
troubles. Try them. Only 50c at
Mrs. Ruth Sweet and daughter, R. S. Knowlton.
representing the Salvation Army,
222 South Peoria St.,
have been bolding meetings in The Largest Mail Order House in the
C hicago , I I I ., Oct. 7, 1902.
town for several days.
Eight months ago I was so ill
The new fashion catalogue of
that I was compelled
imDef to lie or sit
I. Maddox, who recently moved
mens’ womens’ and childrens' ap
down nearly all tho time. My
to Donglas ’ county from near
parel, household supplies, eto., is
ctomach was so w c ^ and upset
has located at
I could I koop
sued by Weinstock, Lnbin & Co.
Stevens, in that connty.
and I TamiUd
Sacramento, Cal., is the handsom
could n o; urinate
w ithouf great
A S nap — -Good new seven room est book ever sent out by them.
pain and I coughed so much that
house, pantry and bathroom, over 3 Many o f the illustrations are works
my throat and lungs were raw
lots for only $1200. See me quick. of art. The book ia free, and val
The doctors pro
it D right’ a disease and
Must be sold soon. J. J. S tanley .
uable to have, whether one cares
others said ic v/aa consumption.
It mattered little to mo what
Jimmy Armstrong, of Bandon, to liny or not
called it and I h a d n od e-
returned from Marshfield Friday,
to live. A sister visited me
where he had been to attend the largest mail order trade in the
from St. Louis and asked me if
funeral of George Adams, a broth west. That is proof that their goods
l had ever tried W ine of Cardui.
I told her I Lad not and she
bought ii bottle. I believe that
Wm. Wilson, of Myrtle Point,
it saved my life. I believe many
women could save much suffer
was fined $25 and costs—$30—at
F o r S a l e . — As good as new 4-
ing it they but knew ot its value.
Myrtle Point on Tuesday for as korse engine and 6-horse boiler
sault and battery upon the person and a good Simplex chnrn and but
of W. H. Harris.
ter worker. Any or all at good
Merchant W. H. Schroeder, of bargain and time given on approv
Arago, went to Bandon on busi ed securty, if desired. Inquire at
Don’t you want freedom from
ness last Wednesday and return this office.
pain? Take W ine of Cardui
ing on Thursday, visited bin un
and make one supreme effort to
cle, J. F. Schroeder, of this city.
For choice O. I. C- pigs enquire
be well. You do not need to be
a weak, helpless sufferer. You
Deputy District Attorney FarriD, of S. L. Lafferty at Norway, Or.
can have a woman’s health and
passed through PiRS from registered stock and
do a woman’s work in life. Why
towu Tuesday on bis way to Myrtle subject to registery
S . L. L a f f e r t y .
not secure a bottle of W ine of
Point to represent the state in nn
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Cardui from your druggist to-
assault and battery case against
F o r » lluil C o l d .
If you have a bad cold you need a
M arried . — In this city at the good reliable medicine like Cham-
v v iN E t C M t m n
residence of Carl Hughes, on the perlin’s Cough Remedy to loosen
12th inst, Mr. H. H. Fellows, of and relieve it, and to allay the irri
Myrtle Point» and Mrs. M. J. Pend tation and inflamation of the throat
leton, of Copuille, Judge E. G. D. and lungs. For sale by R S.
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E. Ji. .¡porman and family, of
near Norway, who sold out recent
ly, started for their new home at
Pomona, California, the latter part
of the week. Their many friends
wish Thettf a pleasant and safe
F o r S ale . — A
small place of 2}
acres in north edge of town with
plenty of small fruit newly fenced
w'th good improvements and a good
cow, 24 tons of hay 'and 30 young
Apply to Ben Crow, Co
The steamer, J. Warren, will
make regalar trips between Grav
el Ford and Myrtle Point on Wed-
o f each weok.
I will not be re
sponsible for bv-freight after it is
put off the boat.
C a p t . J. M. B r i g h t .
Mrs. Lottie Davis, of this city, has,
beside tho lia-inc stocking feet a line
of thoee popular goods, consisting
of socks and stockings, ladies' ami
gents’ underwear in cotton, wool
and silk, yon should see her before
getting your winter supply.
Capt. Edwards of the Alert, re
ports a good rise in the North Fork
o f Ortos river at Allegany yesterday
morning, arid the logs corning ont
o f the East Fork. Wm Bernett,
tho raftinau, informs the Mail that
about 7000 logs reached the boom
at the mouth of Coos river yes
terday — Mail
Flipped Up by a Falling Tree.
Glen B Cox, living near Prosper,
where he has been logging during
the sammer, met with a severe
accidenet Monday evening, which
might have proven worse,
which will retire him from la
bor for a few days, or perhaps
He was helping to fall a tree
which fell across a log upon which
T. H. MEHL A CO’S expert
he was standing. Mr. Cox was testing now Guns and Ammunition.
thrown into the air, and fell back
upon the log with a force sufficient
to jar him up severely, while two of
his ribs were cracked by the fall.
Dr. Kime was called and looked af
ter the injuries.— Recorder.
AgHiiivt a l l « l S t o v e .
A child of Mrs. Geo. T. Beoson,
when getting his usual Saturday
night bath, stepped hack against a
hot stove which burned him severly.
The child was in great agony and
his mother could do nothing to
pacify him. Remembering that she
had had a bottle of Chamberlain’s
Pain Balm in the house, she thought
she would try i t In Ies9 than half
an hour after applying it the child
was quite and asleep, and in less
than two weeks was well. Mrs. Ben
son ia a well known resident of Kel-
lar, Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic
liniment nod especially valuable for
burns, nuts, nhd sprains. For sale
by R. H Knowlton
N level Silver Cue
ra lly Guaranteed
For sale hr
on request, «howin?
. CSl( «->,
It r u ia r k a b le
« 's e e .
One of the most remarkable cases
of a cold, deep-seated on lungs,
causing pneumonia, is that of Mrs.
Gertrude E. Fenner, Marion, Ind.
who was eutirly eured by tho use of
One Minute Cough Cure. She saya:
The coughing and straining bo
weakened me that I ran down in
weight from 148 to 92 pounds. I
tried a number of remedies to no
avail until I used One Minute Cough
Cure. Four bottles of this wonder
ful remedy cured me entirely of the
cough streugthened my lungs and
restored me to my normal weight,
health and strength.” Sold by R. S.
Thursday evening the students
of the Roseburg High school effect
ed a student body organization;
officers were elected as follows:
President, Miss Hazel Jewett; vice
president, Mar Hanan; secretary,
LeNoir Ragsdale, and treasurer,
Miss Grace LaBrie.— Roseburg
A large assortment of men’s
youths' and boys’ suits just arrived
at G- A. Robinsons.
W anted — SEVERAL
A N n e u tiH e D I m i i i i t ) .
Mr. 0. H a n e y , of Geneva, 0 „ had
the piles for 40 years. Doctors and
dollars could do him no lasting
good. DeWitt’s Wich Hazel Salve
cured him permanently, invalu
able for cuts, burns, bruises, sprains,
lacerations,eczema,tetter, salt rheum
and all other skin diseases. Look for
the name DeWitt on the package—
all others are cheap, worthless coun
terfeits. Sold by R. S. Knowlton.
— A trnsrtworthy Gen
tleman or lady in each county to
muuitge business for an old estab
lished bouse of solid financial
A straight bona fide
weekly salary of $18 00 paid by
ouday with all ex
penses direct from headquarters-
Enclose an addressed envelope.
Manager, 360 Caxton Bldg., Chi-
The Southern Oregon State Nor
mal School begins this vear’s work
September i 6 th. A large working
library has been added; the physi
cal and chemical laboratory 1 ms
been fully equipped; a new gym
nasium building is beiug erected,
and a large and handsome school
building is nearing completion.
The school grounds are beautiful
and picturesque. The health condi
tions are of the host; the social en
vironment is pure and stimulating;
the course ot study has been
strengthened and made more prac
tical. Tho faculty has been in
creased in number and the school
is now equipped to do work of the
highest order. This school b elon g
to Southern Oregon.
and merits the patronage of the
people of this great section. For
B e n j a m in i ?
u l k e y , President,
1 wo for the Brice ot One.
We have made arrangements
with the publishers of the A M E R
ICAN FA R M E R bv which we are
able to offer this great farm paper
aud the H erald for the price of
the H erald alone—$1.50, for the
next 30 days. Who will be the
first to take advantage of this op
portunity? This is s great offer
for our farmers and dairymen.
OF CHARACTER and good repu
tation in each state, (one in this
county required) to represent aud
advertise an old established wealthy
business house of solid financial
Salary $21.00 weekly
with expenses additional.
able in cash direct each Wednesday
from head offices. Horse and car
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riage furnished when necessary.
A G o o d M aine.
References. Enclose self-addressed
From personal experience I testi-
envelope. Colonial, 332 Dearborn
fy that De-Witt’s Little Early Ri
S i, Chicago.
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sers are unequalled as a liver pill.
They are rightly named because
they give strength and energy and
Trustworthy lady or gentleman and do their work with ease.— W. T.
to manage business in this County Easton, Borne, Tex. Thousands of
and adjoining territory for well people are using these tiny little
and favorably known hoase of pills in preference to other«, because
solid financial standing. $ 20.00 they are so pleasant and effectual.
straight cash salary and expenses, They cure biliousness, torpid liver,
paid each Monday by chock direct jaundice, sick headache, constipa
from headquarters, expense moeny tion. etc. They do not purge and
advanced; postion permaDedt. A d weaken, but cleanse and strengthen.
dress Manager, 610 Monon Bldg. Sold by R. S. Knowlton.
Theodore Kooeeyelt.................... . President
John Hay......................... Seoretxrvof Stale
Lt-alie M. Shaw........ Secretary o f Treaaary
Eiihu Koot.........................Secretary o f War
E. A. Hitchcock........ Secretary o f Interior
Wm. H. M oody................Secretary of Navy
Jas. F. Wiiaon. ..Secretary of Agrieoltuie
P. 0- Knox..................... Attorney General
H. O. Payne.................. Poatmaatar General
Melville W. Fuller...................Chief Juatic*
o iio o n aTATa orricaaa.
J. ohn ,H - Mitche11} ................. U. 8. Senator
Tho». H. Tongue, deceased — Goo 1st Disk
M. A. M oody............Gongreiaman 2nd Diai
Geo. E. Charoberlaiu...................Governcr
F. I. Dunbar.....................Secretary o f Htate
Chaa. T. Moore.......................................State Treaaorer
J. H. Ackerman.......Supt. Pub. Instruction
J. E. Whitney........................ Htate Printer
A. M. Crawford................................Attorney General
It. S. Boon.
F. A. Mooro,
> ............ Supreme Judge«
C. E. Wolverton, J
M. L. Chamberlain.............................
........ Clerk Board School Land Com*
C, B. Bellinger..................U. S. Diet. Judge
W. F. Mathews....................... U. 8. Marshal
D. M. Dunne...................Collector Ink. B iv,
John H . H all............... U. 8. Disk. Attorney
SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
J. W. Hamilton...................................Judge
G. M. Brown..............lToeeonking Attorney
U. a LAND CFFICR.
Henry B ooth................................... Receiver
J. T. Bridges.................................... Register
oooa COUNTY OPPMMBS.
L. H. Hazard......................................... Clerk
Stephen Gallier................................... Sheriff
J. B. Dailey..*.................................Treaaarer
T. J. T h rift....................................... Assessor
W. H. Banoh............School Saperintesdenl
S. B Catboart...................................Surveyor
U. C. Dement.......................... Commissioner
Liye ageDts to sell Dr.
White’s Electric Combs, patented
Jan. 1,’99. Cure daudruff, hair fall
ing out sick and nervous headaches,
yet costs no more than an ordinary
Sells od sight.
I f y o u w ish to e it h e r b u y o r m U
are wild with success. Send50 cts a n y r e a l e sta te , 1 am iu a p o s it io n
for sample (half price). Write to g i v e y o u t h e b e st p o s s ib le s e r v ic e .
quick. The Dr. White Electrio G i v e m e a tria l.
Comb Co., Decatur, III.
J. J. S t a n le y .
W an ted . —
wo,«., canden, N. i.
ESTERBROOK STEFJ LEM SO
T E L E
C u r e d »1 F i t e « A H e r 1 » Y e a r « .
Kodal Dyspepsia Cure does for
the stomach that which it is unable
to do for itself, even wbeu hut slight
ly disordered or over-loaded. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure supplies the nat
ural juices of digestion and doe*
the work of the stomach, relaxing
the nervous tension, while the in
flamed muscles of that organ are
allowed to rest and heal. Kodal
Dyspepsia Cure digests what “you
eat and enables the stomach and di
gestive organs to transform all food
into rich, redblood. Sold by R. S.
Seid by All Stationers.
26 John St, New York.
Central Oregon State
-D E A L R R IN -
Aii persons knowing themselves
to be indebted to the Lyons estate,
or having claims against the name
will please call and settle the A t D rain , O pens for W ork of the
same at once as the business has
Y ear S eptember 14 th .
changed hands and all accounts
a ■ T
C ' <is of Lsatiioi* Goods ftrunci In a.
must be settled as early ae possible
The school is well equipped for
H am ess SHop
W. H. L yons . Mgr.
its particular line of work.
I also do all kinds of repairing in this line at reasonable figure
lence is the motto of the school.
Four courses, a Training Depart
ment of nine grades, tuition uni
A good prescription
form with other Normal schools,
> D. H. JOHNSON,
E. F. DAVENPORT,
pleasant surroundings, best of in E. S. DEAN,
The ft-oent packet is enough for usual oo- fluences, excellent Accommodations
oasions. The family bottle (60 cents) coa-
tains a supply for a year. All druggists in boarding halls or private fam
Students may, enter at any
time and find work suited to their
Young people desiring to
It W ill Only Cost One Cent needs.
fit themselves for teBchers, or for
(Successors to JohDsoD, Dean A Co.]
to buy a postal card and send to college, or those desiring a good
The New York Tribune Farmer,
Principal place of business
New York City for a iree specimen what they need here. Address
Oregon State Normal
School, Drain, Oregon.
The New York Tribune Farmer
W. H. D empster ,
is a National Illustrated Agricul
A general packing business carried on. The best meats
tural Weekly for Farmers and
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their families, and EVERY issue
Laxative Broino Quinine Tablets.
contains matter instructive and en All Take
price paid for beef, pork, mutton, chickens, etc.
druuiiists refund the money if it fails to
tertaining to EVERY member of care. E. W. Grove’ s signature is on each
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
The price is $1.00 per box. 25o.
E. S. DEAN
year, but if you like it you can se
E. E. DAVENPORT.
cure it with your own favorite local
D. H. JOHNSON,
newspaper, The H erald , Coquille,
Ore., at a bargain.
one year only $1.25.
Send your order and money to
Arc due to Indigestion. Ninety-nine of every
‘The H erald .”
one hundred people who have heart trouble
Harness and Saddles
Coquille Valley Packing Company
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can remember when it was simple Indiges
tion. It Is a scientific fact that all cases of
heart disease, not organic, are not only
traceable to, but are the direct result of Indi
gestion. All food taken Into the stomach
which fails of perfect digestion ferments and
■wells the stomach, puffing it up against the
heart. This interfares with the action of
the heart, and in the course of time that
delicate but vital organ becomes diseased.
Mr. D. Kiubie, of Nevada, O.. Mrs: I hid stomach
trouble and vis In a bid itita u I hid hurt trouble
aatth It. I took Kodol Dripepsli Cur. for ibout four
Booth! ind tt cured me.
The leading young people’s paper in
Amerion,containing eachweek from eight to
twelve pages o f four broad columns each,
all beautifully illustrated with original and
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Y ouno P boplh ’ s W eekly has reached its •nd relieves the stomach of all' nervous
marvelous success and attained a circula strain and the heart of all pressure.
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its contents interest young readers. Its
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popularity extends to thoughtful parents
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who recognize in it one of the heat aids in
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clean, vigorous reading, and presenting
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Its flotioa is wholesomo, its oorament on
current events is helpfnl to young people,
its editorials are inspiring. All its depart
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All its writers are skilled in interesting
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Youno P io p l b ’ s W bbkly is also a paper
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tween the publishers o f Y oung P boplb ’ s
and eggs $1 per setting.
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offer both papers at the price o f the last
named alone. Send us fl.fiO for one year’ s
subscription to the H erald and both it and
Y oung P eople ' s W eekly will be mailed to
von regularly for 52 consecutive weeks.
This offer applies to both new subscribers
and present subscribers who renew their
subscriptions before February I. 1903, pay
ing for same a full year in advanoe at re-
Any person cutting Timber or
M flym oiitli Rock
Poultry Farm ,
J, R .
Coquille: City, Oregon.
First Ctassin i uery respect Courteos treatment. Transion
and Regular Boarding and Lodging.
No BAR IN CONNECTION.
NO CHINESE LABOR
First Street— East End of Bridge.
R O S EB U R G -M Y R T LE P O IN T-
S T A G E L IN E
-' V ' V i f 5?
Saddle Horses of best quality always on hand. Good Rigs in read
ness for special trips. In fact, a gener al Stage and Livery business.
Accommodations for Travel*nF men a speciality.
Don't Have Cold Feet
Bark of any description on the
lands of the the Southern Oregon j
Company, or removing same, or I
BUT B U R N -
other property, from said lands, j
without being duly authorized in
writing, will be Prosecuted ac-
| cording to Law.
Leaves Coquille City for Myrtle
Any person furnùhing vufficienf
Point $t 7:30
J eridrnre for Ihe recovery o f property
Leaves Myrtle Point for Coquille no taken and conviction o f the parties
City jit 1:30 p. m.
concerned, wilt be given one-half o f Delivered by W. H. MftnseH fo all parts of town M $
j the property recovered.
Large scales in cpqnectyon.
Weighing 10 pentf pet jpad,
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John Peart’ s Coal,