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Resolutions ol Condolence
CoquiÌU Citi] f e t a l i
PU B LISH E D E V E R Y TU E SD AY
P. F. DEAN,
County Official Paper.
Demoted to the material and social np-
om lding o f the Ooqaille Valley particularly
and o f Oooa County generally.
Subscription, per year, in advanoe, $1.50
C hristian C hurch . — Pleaching every
Sunday at 11 a. iq . and 7:30 p. in. Sunday
school, at 10 a. m. Christian Endeavor at
0:30 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednes
day evening at 7:30. All oordially invited.
Episcopal Chnrch.—Episcopal services
will be held at St. James oharch, Ooqaille
City the third Sunday in each month.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. each Sunday.
Wm. Horse fall, Pastor.
M E. Church, South: Preaching each
and eveiy Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
ro. Sunday-school every Sunday at 10
o ’clock. Senior Epworth League at 6:30, p.
ra. Junior Leagae at 3:30,p. m. Prayermeet
ing Thursday eyening at 7:30.
H. C. Allen, pastor.
Methodist Episcopal church.—Services
the first and third Sunday in each month.
Preaching at 11 o’ clock a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday school at 10 o’ olock a. m .
worth League at 6:30 p. m.
W. H. M ybr 8.
P besbytekian C hubch .—Preaching cer
vices 2nd and 4th Sundays, morning and
evening, Sunday School every Sunday at
10 a. m . Christian Endeavor services every
Sunday at 6:30 p. in.. Miss Winnie Hall,
Ladies’ Aid and Missionary
Society meets every two weeks on Thurs
day s at 12 p. m. A cordial welcome is ex
tended to the public to attend all our Ber-
A dolph H abkkly , Pastor
The W. C. T. U. meets every 1st and 3rd
Friday at 2 p. ra. at the Christian church.
CnuacH op K edbbmbd I sbabi .! Services
every 1st and 3rd Sunday in eaoh month by
Elder J. H. James.
To officers and members of Myr
tle Camp No. 197, Woodmen of
We, your committee, appointed
to dratt resolutions of respect on
the death of our esteemed Neigh
bor, William H. Erdice, beg to re
port the following:
W hereas , in the death of Neigh
bor Erdice, tho mother and sister
are bereft of a kind and affection
ate son and brother, and the peo
ple of the Coquille valley have lost
a good man and one o f its most en
terprising citizens, and one whose
value it is bard to estimate.
W h e r e a s , we, the members of
Myrtle Camp, No. 198, Woodmen
o f the World, manifest a sincere in
terest in the welfare o f our Neigh
bors, rejoicing in tbeir health and
happiness, and sympathizing in
their sorow sorrows, therefore be it
R e s o l v e d , that we, the Neigh
bors o f this Camp, extend to the
bereaved family o f our late and
respected Neighbor Erdice our
most heartfelt aud sincere sympa
thy in this, their aad hour for the ir
reparable loss they have sustained.
And be it farther
R e s o l v e d , that these resolutions
be spread upon our minutes aud a
copy be sent to the bereabed fam
ily of our esteemed Neighbor aud
also a copy be sent to the Pacific
Woodman, Coquille City H e r a l d ,
Coquille City Bulletin and Myrtle
Point Enterprise, aud that our
charter he draped in mourning for
30 days. Fraternally submitted,
G eo . T . M o t l t o n ,
Z. C. S t r a n g ,
J. C. S i m m o n s ,
L O C A L ITEM S.
Flour, Flour, Flour, at Ray’s.
Mrs. Chae- Levene came up from
the Juuetion yesterday.
Sheriff Gallier went to the bay
on official business last week.
D on’t cease to remember the
Foot-Ball game on Thanksgiving
made our town a 'tween-boats ca
J. E. Quick was up from tbe
Lampa creek dairy farm tbe last
of the week.
L. A. Whereat, of Marshfield,
visited his’ folks in this city Satur
day and Sunday.
lt .it I H c m r i l j F u r C r o u p .
(From the Atchison. Kan., Daily Qlube. )
S t a r t lin g
T ea t.
To save a life, Dr. T. G. Merritt,
of No. Mehoopany, Pa., made a
startling test resulting in a wonder
ful cure. He writes, "e patient was
attacked with violent hemorrhages,
caused by ulberation of the stomach.
I had often found Electric Bitters
excellent for acute stomach and
liver troubles so I prescribed them.
The p itient gained from the first,
and has not had an attack in 14
months.” Electric Bitters are posit-
ivly guaranteed for Dyspepsia, In
digestion, Constipation and Kidney
troubles, Try them. Only 50c at
R. 8. Knowlton.
T. W. Clark, the woolenmill man
came over from North Bend yester
day and proceeded to Bandon.
This is the season when the wo
man who knows the best remedies
for croup is in demand in every
neighborhood. One of the most ter.
rible things in the world is to be
awakened in the middle of the Dight
by a whoop from one of the children.
The croup remedies almost as sure
to be lost, in case of croup, ns a re
volver is sure to be lost iu case of
These used to be an
oldfashioned remedy for croup,
known as hive syrup aud tolu, but
some modern mothers say that
Chamberlin’s Cough Remedy is bet
ter, and does not cost so much.
causes the patient to “ throw up tlio
phlegm” quicer, tnd gives relief in
a shorter time. Give this remedy
as soon as the croupy cough appears
and it will prevent the attack. It
never failes and is pleasant and safe
to take. For sale by R.
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‘ W e lc o m e ’
Leaves Coquille City for Myrtle
Point nt 7 :30 *• m.
Leaves Myrtle Point for Coquille
City at 1:30 p. m.
G EN ERAL DIRECTORY.
Kodal Dyspepsia Cure does for
J Mr. C. Haney, of Geneva, 0 „ had
the stomach that which it is unable the piles for 40 years. Doctors uiul Theodore Roosevelt.......................Pr*sidsut
to do for itself, oven when but slight dollars couhV do him uo lasting John lin y ......................... Seoreturvof State
ly disordered or over loaded. Kodol good DeWitt’s Wich Hazel Salve Leslie M. Shaw.........Secretary o f Treasury
Elihu R oot........................ Secretary o f War
Dyspepsia Cure supplies the nat- cured him permanently. Invalu- K. A. H itchcock........ Secretary o f Interior
ural juices of digestion and does able fur cuts, burns, bruises, sprains, Wui. H. M oody................ Secretary o f Navy
the work of the stomach, relaxing lacerations,eczema,tetter, salt rheum Jas. F. Wilson — Secretary o f Agrioaltuie
the nervous tension, while the in- and ail other skin diseases. Look for P. O. K n ox.........................Attorney General
flamed muscles of that organ are the name DeWitt on the p a ck a g e - H. C. P ayne.................................. Postmaster General
allowed to rest and heal. Kodal all others are cheap, worthless coun- Melville W. Fuller................... Chief Justioe
OBROON STATU OFFICERS.
Dyspepsia Cure digests what ‘j o u terfeits. Sold by It. 8. Kuowlton.
John H. Mitchell )
it u u
eat and enables the stomach anu di-1
( ......... '■ --U. S. Senator
gestive organs to transform all food]
W a n t e d .— A trusrtworthy Gen- Thos. H. Tongue, deceased---- Con 1st Diet
intorich, redblood. Sold by R. S.| Reman or lady in each county to M. A. M oody............ Congressman 2ud Disk
manage business for an old estab- Geo. E. Chamberlaiu....... ..... ........Governor
lished house of solid financial F. I. Dunbar..............r ... Secretary o f State
The Southern Oregou State Nor- j standing.
A straight boua fide Chat. T. Moore................... State Treasurer
mal School begins this year’s work ¡ weekly salary of 3518.00 paid by J. H. Aokcrman.......Supt. Pnb. Instruction
J. K. W hitney................ y .. .State Printer
September ifith. A large working check onch
onday with all ex- A. M. Crawford................Attorney General
library bas been added; the physi-| penses direct froiu headquarters. R. S. Bean.
cal and chemical laboratory bas Money advanced
for expenses. F. A. Moore,
r ............. Supreme Judges
been fully equipped; a new gym- Enclose an addressed envelope.
M. L. Chamberlain..............................
nasiam building is being erected, Manager, 360 Caxiou Bldg., Chi
........ Clerk Board Scnool Land Com.
and a large and handsome school ca o
C, H. Bellinger.................. U. 8. Diet. Judge
building is nearing completion.
W. F. Mathews.....................U. 8. Marshal
The school gronnds are beautiful
D. M. Dunne................... Collector Int. Esv.
Two for the Price ol One.
aud picturesque. The health condi
John H. H all................U. 8. Dist. Attorney
SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
tions aro of the best; the social en
We have made arrangements
vironment is pure and stimulating; with the publishers of the A M E R J. W. Hamilton.................................... Judge
the course ot study has been IC AN F A R M E R by which we are G. M. B r o w n ...«....... Prosecuting Attorney
U. 8. LAND OFFICII.
strengthened aud made more prac able to offer this great farm oaper
tical. The faculty Ims been in and the H e r a l d for the price of Henry B ooth..... ................ £ ......... Receiver
J. T. Bridges..................................... Register
creased in number and the school the H e r a l d alone— $1.50, for (he
COOS COUNTY OKFieiBH.
is now equipped to do work of the next 30 days. Who will be the L. Harlocker...........................................Judge
highest order. This school belongs first to take advantage o f this op L. H. Hazard...........................................Clerk
to Southern Oregou.
It desires portunity? This is a great offer Stephen G allier.....................................Sheriff
and merits tbe patronage of the for our farmers and dairymen.
J. B. D olley..................................... Treasurer
T. J. T h rift........................................ Assessor
people o f this great section. For
W anted .— L ive agents to sell Dr. W. H. Bunch............Sohool Superintendent
Win. H orsfall..................................... Coroner
B e n j a m i n DV u l k e y , President, W hite’s Electric Combs,
Ashland, Oregon. Jan. 1,’99. Cure dandruff, bair fall 8. B Cathcart....................................Surveyor
D. McIntosh............................ Commissioner
ing out sick and nervous headaches, R. C. Dement........................... Commissioner
A 4 * 0 0 ( 1 N a m e .
yet costs no more than an ordinary
Sells on sight.’ Agents
From personal experience I testi comb.
I f you w ish to e it h e r b u y or «»11
fy that De-Witt’s Little Early Ri are wild with success. SendSO cts a n y r e a l e sta te , 1 a m in a p o s it io n
Write to g i v e y o u t h e b e s t p o s s i b l e s e r v ic e .
sers are unequalled as a liver pill. for sample (half price).
They are rightly named because quick. The Dr. White Electric G i v e m e a tria l.
they give strength and energy and Comb Co., Decatur, 111.
J. J. S tanley .
and do their work with ease.— W. T.
Easton, Borne, Tex. Thousands of
people are using these tiny little,
pills in preference to others, because
they are so pleasant and effectaal.
They cure biliousness, torpid liver,
THE STANDARD PENS EVERYWHERE.
150 S t y l e s !' l:’s r'o * 5 <pöílSt«!, -
jaundice, sick headache, constipa
tion. etc. They do not purge and
Works, Camden. M. I.
ESTEHBROOX STEEL PEH CO.
weaken, but cleanse and strengthen.
Sold by R. S. Knowlton.
T H E
C, B. LEEP,
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It Will Only Cost OneCent
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W anted — SEVERAL PERSONS
OF CHARACTER and good repu
tation in each state, (one in this
county required) to represent and
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 aud car
riage furnished when necessary.
References. Enclose self-addressed
envelope. Colonial, 332 Dearborn
tains a supply for u year,
I t r m u r h a b le
Trustworthy lady or gentleman
to manage business in this County
and adjoining territory for well
and favorably known house of
solid financial standing. 820.00
straight cash salary and expenses,
paid each Monday by check direct
from headquarters, expense moeny
advanced; postion permanedt. A d
C old .
If you have a bad cold you need a dress Manager, 610 Monon Bldg.
good reliable medicine like Cham- Chicago, 111. » A**» ----------- -
p6xiit:’t* Cough Remedy to loosen
N o t ic e
and relieve it, and to allay the irri
tation and inflamation of the throat
All persons knowing themselves
and lungs. For sale by R. S.
to be indebted to the Lyons estate,
or having claims against the name
Among the floral gifts to tho will please call and settle the
members of the new Congress was same at once as the bnsiness has
one to Representative Baker of changed hands and all accounts
Brooklyn, which bore this inscrip must be settled as early as possible
W. H. L yons . Mgr.
tion, on a card attached, “ To the
anti-pass Congressman from his ad
mirers throughout the
Mr. Baker enjoys the
A good prescription
distinction of being one of tho few
members of Congress who pay their
The 5-cent packet is enough for usual oc
casions. The family bottle (60 cents» con
The East Fork has had two high
The boys have most of
The smallpox haviDg subsided waters.
at Johnson’s mill the quarantine their logs run down to R. L. Week
wae raised the middle of last week. ly’s. They have about 19 hundred
2825 Keeley St.,
in boom waiting for boom room at
C h icago , I I I ., Oct,, 2, 1902.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Dement, of
I suffered with falling and con
near Myrtle Point, visited Mrs. D ’s
gestion of the womb, with severe
Frank Pierson opened school at
parents, Mr.'and Mrs- Ben Figg.
naina through the groins. I suf
Pleasant Hill on the 2nd and will
fered terribly at the time of men
of this city, last week.
have about four months sohool. 19
struation. had blinding headaches
A S nap — Good new seven room scholars are attending now.
and rushing of blood to tbe brain.
W hat to try 1 knew not. for it
house, pantry and bathroom, over 3
George Fokome has moved into
seemed that I bad tried all and
lots for only $1200. See me quick.
his new house and F. Pierson and
failed, but I had never tried Wine
Must bo sold soon. J. J. S tanley .
of Cordui, that blessed remedy for
family occupy the house he vacat
sick women. 1 found it pleasant
Miss Mao Walker who is attend ed.
to take and soon knew that 1 had
ing school in Portland, visited her
tho right medicine.
J. Porter has bought a fine team
paronts, Mr, and Mrs Robt. Walk and is prepared to do logging.
seemed to course through my veins
and after using eleven bottles I
er, of llandon, lately returning tast
The roads are getting down side
was a well woman.
up, especially over the Cooper hill.
Charles Banach was over from
The Southmaid lane whero the
Beaver Hill Friday transacting county court had a fill irado and
business in town, and among other failing to get a bridge constructed,
Mrs. Bush is now in perfect m
tilings, squared up with the H e r caused Mr. Southmaid to fence up
health because she took W ine of
the right of way and debar travel
Cardui for menstrual disorders,
bearing down pains and blinding
For choice O. I. C. pigs enquire through his field, causes tho people
headaches when all other remedies
of S. L. Lafferty at Norway, Or. to patronize tho Cooper bridge, and
failed to bring her relief. Any
Pigs from registered stock and also tbe grade macadamised with
sufferer may secure health by tak
mud over the hill.
subject to registery
ing W ine of Cardui in her home.
S. L . L afferty .
K. H. Hansen is building a fine
The first bottle convinces the pa
I. T. Weekly is using
Our town is still well represent new barn.
tient she is on the road to health.
ed by the logginglfraternity. Logs the square and saw on the same.
For advice in cases requiring
D. J. Taylor has built himself a
are passing town in large numbers,
special directions, address, giving
all of which are being successfully fine frame wagon and woodshed
symptoms, “ The Ladies’ Advisory
canght and boomed on tbe lower combined. D. R. Lewis, builder.
Department,” The Chattanooga
Ed Carter has made much im
Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
Judge J.H. Schroeder, o f Arago, provement on his ranch since last
has for Bale a fine lot of thorough spring.
Wm. Smith is feeding a fine lot
bred Burkshire pigs from regis
tered stock. Anyone wishing to of hogs for the market.
grade up their stock will do well
George Dona is teaching his
to call on Mr. Schioeder.
seooDd term of singing school at
A new furnace and hot air ar Pleasant Hill. He has a fine class,
J. L C.
rangement are being placed in the
basement of the M. E. church,
Representative William Randolph
South, which will be a great com
fort to the congregations in tbe Hearst has already distinguished
himself in Congress.
future, beating all parts of tbe
the largest bunch of flowers of any
member of the House at the open
Mrs. Lottie Davis, of this city, has, ing of the ae8sion.
besido tho Raiine stocking feet a line
According to tbe statement of
of those popular goods, consisting
o f socks and stockings, ladies’ and President Gompers at the annual
gents’ underwear in cotton, wool convention of the American Feder
and silk, you should see her before ation of Lnbor, the Federation has
T. H. MEHL A CO’S expert
gained 442,000 members in the last
getting your winter supply.
year. This brings the total up to 1, testing new Guns and Ammunition.
Mark Morras came up from R iv 465,000. The socialists are work
erton Friday to coosult a physi ing very hard to win the Federation
cian in regard to one of bis eyes over to their party.
which seems to be seriously effect
ed with what the doctor prononuc-
N t r | i | i r il t ( > l « i t ■ l i n t S I o i p .
ed ulceration- It is to be hoped that
A child of Mrs. Geo. T. Beoson,
he may get permanent relief.
when getting his usual Saturday
Mr. end Mrs. W. W. Gage went night bath, Btepped baok against a
to Coos liver last week where they hot stove which burned him severly.
will visit Fred at the ranch fo r a The ch.ld was in great agony and
fflckd Silver Csss
few days. We noticed by the pa
F u l ly G uaranteed
pers that Fred wns furnishing the pacify him. Remembering that she
For sale by
markets at the hay with bear meat, had had a bottle of Chamberlain’s
and we think the old gentleman Pain Balm in the house, she thought
could not stand the pressure aDd she would try it In less than half
on request, showing
wae obliged to join io tbe Bport.
Cbas. Mulkey came over from was quite and asleep, and in less
Marshfield Saturday and Is paying
a visit to his folks here. He in
The New England!
forms us that his little sister, Anna, lar, Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic ;
who lias been a sufferer from curva liniment and especially valuable for
51 Witch Co.
ture of tbe spine for a long time is burns, cuts, ahil sprains. For sale
better and able to walk about tbe
Douse, of which she is very much
pleased, and her friends glad to
Oue of the most remarkable cases
of a colil, deep-seated on (nut's,
causing pneumonia, is that of Mrs.
Gertrude E. Fenner, Marion, Ind.
who was eutirly cured by the use of
One Minute Cough Cure. She says:
The coughing and straining so
weekened 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 strengthened my lungs and
restored mo to my normal weight,
health and strength.” Sold by H. S.
A t D rain , O pens for W ork of the
Y ear S eptember 14 th .
Harness and Saddles
A ' ”■< vide o f Leather G oods ffcoinril in a.
The school is well equipped for
H a rn ess StLop
its particular line of work.
lence is the motto of the school.
I also do all kinds of repairing in this line nt reasonable figure
Four courses, a Truining Depart
ment of nine grades, tuition uni
form with other Normal schools,
pleasant surroundings, best of in E. 8. DEAN,
D. H. JOHNSON,
E. F. DAVENPORT,
fluences, excellent accommodations
in boarding halls or private fam
Students may enter at any
time and find work suited to their
Young people desiring to
fit themselves for teachers, or for
(Successors to Johnson, Dean A Co.)
college, or those desiring a good
education for business life will find
O a p ita l $ 1 0 ,0 0 0 .
what they need here. Address
Principal place of business
School, Drain, Oregou.
W. H. D em pster ,
Coquille Valley Packing Company
T o C u re a C o ld in O ne
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
Ail druggists refuud the money if it fails to
cure. E. W. Grove’ s signature is on each
A general packing business carried on. The best meats
the country cau produce always on hand. Highest cash
price paid for beef, pork, mutton, chickens, etc.
D. H. JOHNSON,
Are due to indigestion. Ninety-nine of every
one hundred people who have heart trouble
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
swells the stomach, puffing it up against the
heart. This Interferes with the action of
the heart, and in the course of time that
delicate but vital organ becomes diseased.
Mr. D. Kaublo, of Nevada, O., says: I had stomach
trouble and was In a bad state as I had heart trouble
with it. I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about four
months and It cured me.
K od ol Digests W h a t Y o u Eat
and relieves the stomach of all nervous
strain and tho heart of all pressure.
OF D IR EC T O R S:
E. S. D E A N
E. E. DAVENPORT.
Ooqviill© Oity. Oregon..
Bottles only. $1.00 Size ftoldlnf 2H times the trial
size, which sells for 50c.
P repa red by ■. a D eW ITT A O O ., OMIOAQO.
First Class in euery respect Courteos treatment, Transien
and Regular Boarding and Lodging. '
For sale by R, S, Knowlton
No BAR IN CONNECTION.
NO CHINESE LABOR
Buff Ply moil III Rock
J, R. Stillwell,
First Street— East End of Bridge.
RO SEBURG -M YRTLE POINT-
Throughbred cockerels from $1 up,
and eggs $1 per setting.
Saddle Horses of best quality always on hand. Good Rigs in read
ness for special trips. In fact, a general Stage and Livery business.
Accommodations for Traveling men a speciality.
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other property, from said lands, ]
without being duly authorized in
writing, will be Prosecuted ac
cording to Law.
Any perron fu r » irking sufficient
! evidence fo r the recovery o f property ]
sm talcn and conviction o f the parties
concerned, triU be given one-half c f Delivered by W. H. Mansell to all parts of town at $
the property recovered.
Large scales in connection.
Weighing 10 cents per load.
SorruEBN U beo on C ompany .
John Peart's Coal,