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«cqtííHf City Iterali
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY
D- F DEAN.
County Official Paper.
Devoted to the material and social np-
o iifd in p o f the Ooqnille Valley particularly
and o f Too» Oonnty generally.
Subscription, per year, in advanoe, $1.60
C hubch . - - Pienchincr every
Sunday at 11 a. rn. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
«( bool nt 10 a. m. Christian Endeayor at
6:30 p. tn. Prnver meeting every Wednes
day evening at 7:30. All cordially invited.
will Ho held at St. James church, Ooqnille
City the third Snndav in eaoh month.
Snnday school at 10 a. m. eaoh Sunday
W m . Horsetail, Pastor.
E.Chnrch. South: Preaching each
and every Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
m. Sunday-school every S n D d a y at. 10
o ’clock. Senior Epworth League at 6:30, p.
rn. JuniorLeagne atfl:30,p. m. Prayerraeet-
riq Thursday evening at 7:30.
R. A. Reagan /pastor.
Methodist Episcopal church.—Service
the first and third Snnday in eaoh month
Pronehing at 11 o’clock a. m. and 7:30 p. no.
Snndav school at 10 o’ olook a. m .
worth League at 6:30 p. m.
W . H. M ybbs .
Bancroft Ite m s .
The city council met in regular
session last Monday night all mem
Reports o f recorder, marshal and
treasurer for April were read aud
referred to the finance committee.
Moved to construct a hose and
curfew tower on weat end o f hose
bouse, and the recorder was in
structed to post notices for bids ou
Krewaon and Goodman’s bid be
ing the only one filed for the con
struction o f a sidewalk along the
west sides o f blocks 42 and 43 m
Elliott's addition, the same was
aocepted at 28 cents per lineal foot
for said sidewalk aod 30 cents per
lineal foot for crossing connecting
City Marshal withdrew his ap
pointment o f W. C. Benham as
\Ve are having fine spring weath
er at last, and farmers uro busy at
last planting their crops.
Price has corn coming up, maybe a
Mr. and Mrs Wm. Lett were
made happy last Saturday, April 30,
by the arrival of a fine boy. Moth
er and son are doing well.
Garland Murry, eight years old
had his lelf baud badly crippled
Tuesday and the right one injured
by tampering with a dynamite cap.
Dr. Stemler was called to dreBS the
wounds, and the little fellow is get
ting along nicely.
M hs Lizzie Price is teaching
school in the Bancroft district.
The assessor is making bis regu
lar trip through our part of .the
country this week,
man also greets us with a pleasant
smile and would like to copy our
old and favorite friends.
The telephone line is now as far
up as Mr. Evercden’s.
R. J. Helm and T. Billings came
in for supplies this week aud report
snow still four feet deep between
here and Eden Valley.
If these items are of any us6 I
will scare up others in the future.
The following bills were allow
Geo A Robinson, rent......... $ 2 00
W C Benham, night watch... 10 00
Lee Goodman, marshal salary 60 00
Lee Goodman, laborers on
water works.......... ,........... 40 45
P rfsbytfbian C httbch .—Preaching eer- E Q D Holden, recorder fees 14 10
vioes 2nd and 4th Snndays, morning ard Frank Morris, city lights..... 27 00
evening, Snnday School every Snnday at Mrs Emily Hersey, lumber,
A uto ,
10 a. m. Christian Endeavor services every
Snnday at 6:30 p. m ..M iss Winnie Hall,
etc for gutter..................... 9
President. Ladies’ Aid and Missionary Coquille City Bulletin, print
Society meets every two weeks on Thnrs-
ing ....................................... 13
i 9 p. m. A cordial weloome is ex
tended to the public to attend all onr ser- E A McDuffee, painting lad
There will be two meetings next
A dolph H abekly , Pastor
ders ..................................... 9
Sunday at the M. E. church, South,
The W . C. T. U. meets every 1st and 3rd
Friday at 2 p. m. 'at the Christian ohnroh. W W Gage, water pipe.......
of those who favor Local Option.
Claim of C.O. Gilkey for $500 At 7 p. m. there will be union
C huboh op R kdrhmbd I sbabl !
overv 1st and 3rd Sunday in eaoh month by damages for use o f building for
Young People’s meeting, and at 8
Elder J. H. James.
pest house rejected.
p. m. a union meeting for all those
No bids were filed for improve in favor of Home Rule.
L O C A L IT E M S.
ment of Second street.
Adjourned to meet 10th inst. to
The state election falls on Jane
When at Myrtle Point be sure
canvas votes of city eleotion and to
to visit the Ice Cream Parlors of
consider bids on hose tower.
Mr. aud Mrs. D. R. Toy. This popu
T. C. Blnraenrother, the Bandon
lar place has been rearranged, new
renlestate man, was in town Satur
D isa str o u s W r e c k s .
Carelessness is responsible for ly fitted up for the coming season
and it is a great pleasure to par
J. C. Simmoas has business at many a railway wreck and the same
take o f the delicacies served there.
Myrtle Point a day ar so last
sufferers from Throat and Lung Stationery, nuts and confectionary
troubles. But since the advent of to snit all.
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B oiin —To Mr. and Mrs. Bnrt Dr. King’s New Discovery for Con-
McDuffee, May 1st, 1904, a 9 } sumption, Coughs and Colds, even
W I i p u ln<* Nap R is e s .
the worst cases can be cured, and
Weak lungs should be careful.
Grandma Willard went to Ban- hopeless resignation is no longer Coughs nnd colds are dangerous
don Saturday for a few days’ visit
One Minute Cough Cure
Dorchester, Mass., is one of many cures coughs and colds and gives
whose life was saved by Dr. King’s strength to the lungs.
Mrs. G. E.
Muslin De Soie, Fancy, and
New Discovery. This great remedy Fenner, of Marion, Ind., says: “ I
many other pretty things in sum
is guaranteed for all Throat and suffered with a cough until 1 run
mer goods, at Mrs. Nosler’s,
Lung diseases by R. S. Knowlton, down in weight from 148 to 92 lbs.
Joel Patterson, of this city, has Druggist Price 50c, and $1.00 I tried a number o f remedies to no
boen over to South Slough lately Trial bottles free.
avail until I used One Minute
looking after his interests in that
Cough Cure. Four b o ttle s of this
One of the arguments made wonderful remedy cured me entire
D. W. Baker, of Lee, made us
ly of the cough, strengthened my
pleasant visit on Friday and added cent of voters necessary to agitate, lungs nnd restored me to my nor
two names of his friends back east or briDg the subject up before the mal weight, health and strength.”
people for a vote, upon the question Sold by It. S. Knowlton.
to our list.
is too small, being only ten per
Mrs. John Kronenberg returned cent. Well, the average mind will
Friday from Parkersburg where enquire bow much does the oppo
she has been visiting with friends sition want? There is no doubt
but that a much larger per cent of
Five hundred dollars reward will
Oscar Wickham has purchased the voting population can be ob- be given for information that will
of B. F. Crow his 2J acre place near taiued on that question, so the lead to the arrest and conviction of
tbo Odd Fellows’ cemetry and is grouud of the opposition is not well person or persons who set fire to
taken on that count and the person the stores of Wm. H. Schroeder on
who urges is simplv showing which January 7, 1902 and January 12,
J. L. Kronenbnrg, supt. o f the
side lie espouses, while he is hard 1904, and to the shingle mills of
mill nt Parkersburg, made our
run to find an excuse for his staud. Wm. H. Schroeder and F. Meutzel
office a short but pleasant business
Tbo majority rules, but the minority & Son on June 14, 1901 and
call on Friday.
should have a respectful hearing. June 14, 1902; $250 by sub
•T. A. Collier is fixing up his nice Man is a free agent; he can damn scription, guaranteed;
home at the north end o f Front himself if he chooses to do so, but County Court.
street by giving it a coat of paint he has not the right to damn others. C ounty C ourt of C o o C o u nty , O re
and otherwise improving the prem — Recorder.
By L. HarlOcker,
The Steamer Liberty is on her C u r e d H i s M o t h e r « » ! K lie in iin tis m
regular run again, having under
"My mother has been a sufferer
gone some repairs and her wheel for many years with rheumatism,”
Gives tacts About Advertising.
having been raised and inereased says W. H. Howard, of Husband,
Every man or woman who is now
Pa. "At times she was unable to
move at all, while at all times walk advertising or intending to adver
One horse or a good team will be ing was painful. I presented her tise, should send 10 cents for a copy
taken in trade on any one o f the with a bottlo o f Chamberlain’s Pain of White’s Sayings published at
many pianos we handle. Write to Balm and after a few applications Seattle, Wash., at $1.00 per year.
E. M. F urman ,
she decided it was the most wonder
This paper gives practical hints
ful pain reliever she bad ever tried, about advertising systems, adver
C. C. Bunnell, for some months in fact, she is never without it now tising illustrations, writing adver
past chief nipclmnio in the hard and is at all times able to walk. An tisement and suggests methods to
ware establishment of J. A. Lamb occassional application of Pain Balm get more business at less expense.
& ( V , has resigned that position keeps away the pain that she waa
It gives the advertising rates of
formerly troubled with.” For sale all the leading publications and in
and has moved to Marshfield.
by R. S. Knowlton.
many other ways is worth the $1.00
The time for registering expirers
the 15th. Every voter should reg
Coquille, April 28,1904.
ONE SPECIAL—A paid up
ister and tlien thoroughly inform
E ditor H f . r a l d : Living in the
himself on the proposed amend country aud hearing the candidates subscriber may ask all the questions
he desires about business and ad
ments and vote accordingly.
for county officers at the coming vertising methods and receive con
Carl Walker went below by the
last Alliance to be absent some candidate on the Democratic ticket
for hustlers—tells you how to
time. He will visit bis Uncle, does not seem to be very well start iu business for yourself nnd
George Collier at Occidental return known. I refor to David Fulton, become independent.
ing by way of Camas Valley where candidate for treasurer. I have no
Send 10 cents today, if you are
axe to grind, politically, whatsoever,
he will visit Mr Walker's folks
but in justice to an honest man I advertising or expect to advertise
Elijah Smith president o f the wish to state that I was acquainted to White’s Sayings, Seattle, Wash
Southern Oregon Co., who has been with Mr. Fulton nt his former home ington.
on tbo bay several days come over] in eastern Oregon, for a number of
to tbo county sent last Tuesday ac- years, where his sterling qualities
T o l urr a Culi! lu lini' !>:»)'.
companisd by Secretary Shine of j as a mini aud citizen commanded
’l'alce I.axntiv« Dromo Qninine T ablet!.
the samo company. Mr. Smith is universal respect. His probity was All ilragKiatsrefnniDbe money if it fails to
never doubted and his integrity onr". E. W. Grove’ s signature is on each
never questioned, and I can as
One of the greatest blessings a
sure the people of Coos county that
modest ir?-i Tan wish for is a good
if they elect him to the office to
D eW Itt’s JKiif Salve
reliable lot o f bowels.
If you are j
which he aspires, that they will be
not the happy possessor o f such an !
F o r PM««, B urns, S o re s.
served faithfully, efficiently, honest
outfit you ij > greatly improve the
ly and conseieneiomly, and his
efficiency o f those you have by the j
neighbors at his former home, irre-
judicious use of Chamberlain’s!
! spective of party affiliation», will
Stomach and Liver Tablets.
heartily endorse this statement.
are plea v ' to take and agreeable
Hoping that you will publish
in effr ' w y talc by It. S. Kuowl-
this as it is written, iu fairness to n
good and honest uiar, I remain,
The tug Haider, Captain Corn
J eff O w nby
wall of Gardiner, arrived in the bay
yesterday afternoon, bringing 200
sacks of potatoes for shipment to
New goods at the New Drug
She discharged Stole.
her cargo at the new warehouse
near the foot o f C street, and load- j SaitqJe the nice Freeh Candies at
irig with freight o f the Gardiner! Miw NoslerV
T. H. MEHL X C O * expert
merchants returned to the Umpqua
Best brown sugar fo r co o k in g
Italien new Gens and A m m u n i t i o n
tide morning.- Mail
purpos- « •» Dfatie's
Tone is the m ost important feature of a piano. The instrument
m ay be handsomely cased and finished and w ell put together, but it it
is lacking in volum e of tone, or the tone is harsh and unsympathetic,
the piano w ill never cease to be a source of disappointment.
H A M IL T O N P IA N O S are distinguished for richness, volum e and pur
ity of tone. T h ey are exceedingly even throughout the entire scale.
The treble tones are clear and bell-like while the middle and bass regis
ters are deep, lull and sonorous, characterizing the H A M IL T O N as an
ideal home piano.
E. M. F U R M A N ,
F actory's Agent, Marshfield, Oregon
N ot 4 S ic k D a j Slu re.
"I was taken severely sick with
kidney trouble. I tried all sorts of
medicines, none of which relieved
me. One day I saw au ad of your
Electric Bitters and determined to
try that. After taking a few doses
I felt relieved, and soon after was
entirely cured and have not seen a
sick day since. Neighbors of mine
have been cured of rheumatism,
neuralgia, liver and kidney troubles
and general debility.”
what B. -F. Bass, of Fremont, N. C.,
write. Only 50o, at Knowlton’s.
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Congressmen say that Gen. Bris M ä 'Ü « 3Q *} fi «fi * 4M * ti * <3 * ñ «I 4 a •
tow ought to bo prompted.
want him sent as consul to Colon,
Circle City, Ashanti, or some such
Wh ) tio l t.it) c > v’s unl tu bis log iu the process of m ilk-3
ing, said she h id not dragged him ovor two miles before jj
he realized he hail made a mistake.
A school girl in New York killed
herself because she was not as • H o - w nyEtacla. P a r t n e r
pretty as “ the other girl." Most of
the suicides seem to be the result of
Must you bo dragged before you realize you are making a j
vanity and petulance.
mistake iu not using Eleetric Lights.
«♦«• ♦ • •• • •• • •»• »•»»ae».e,e
Terminated with an ugly cut on
the leg of J. B. Orner, Franklin
Grove, 111, It developed a stub
born ulcer unyielding to doctors
and remedies for four years. Then
JUNE N U M B ER
Buckien's Arnica Salve cured. Its
3 r w Ide a W o m a n » . Vl ui cnzl ur.
just as good for Burns, Scalds,
A number of new features charac Skin eruptions and Piles. 25c, at
terize the June issue of the N e w R. S. Knowlton’s.
I d e a W o m a n ’ s M a o a z i n e . Among
R-I-P-A-N -S Tabulos
them may be mentioned especially
Perdita’s Problems.” the first of
A good prescription
a series of papers by Alice Chitten
den, telling linw a small family
may live comfoitably on a moder f 'T h e 5-cent packet is enough for usual oc
casion*. The fam ily bottle (60 cents» con
ate income. ’ ‘Summer Comtort” tains a supply for a year, All druggists
is another interesting ja a er ly sell them.
Maud Miirray Miller. "A Glimpse
o f Capri,” by Jean B. Stearns, is a
charmeug tale of travel. “ A Ger Theodore ltooseyelt.......................President
man Bride’s Outfit,” by Mabel A. John H ay...........................Secretary o f State
Potter, is both instructive and en Leslie M. Shaw.........Secretary o f Treasury
B oot..........................Secretary of War
tertaining. Iu fictions, theatrical Elihu
E. A. H itchcock.........Secretary of. Interior
news, domestic science aud interior Wm. H. M oody............... Secretary of Navy
F. W ilson___Secretary o f Agriculture
decoration, the number fairly teems Jas,
P. C. K nox......................... Attorney General
with good things, and theillustr - H. C. Payne.................................. Postmaster General
Melville \V. Fullor.................................. Chief Justice
tions fitly supplement the text.
and BOX FACTORY
Fish & S o n ,
of Butter Boxes, Cubes, Apple and Fruit Boxrs
Cabinets, Tables, Counters, Store Fronts, etc.
Turning Work a Specialty.
All Orders given
The ‘ C L Y D E ”
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D o e s n ’ t R e sp e c t ol«l A|tc.
L iv e ry f eed Stable
OBBOON STATE OFFICERS.
Its shameful when youth fails to
show proper respect for old age,
but just the contrary in the case of
Dr. King’s New Life Pills.
cut off maladies no matter how se
vere and irrespective of old age.
Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Fever, Con
stipation all yield to this perfect
pill. 25, at It. S Knowlton’s drug
Foutilla, aud the leading brands
in cigars at Mrs. Nosler’s.
John H. Mitchell [ ................U. S. Senator
Chaa W Fulton f
Binger Hermann, Congressman 1st Dist.
J. N. Williamson
Congressman 2nd Dist
Geo. E. Chamberlain..................... Governor
F. I. Dunbar..................... Secretary o f State
Chas. T. M oors........................................State Treasurer
J. H. Ackerman....... Supt. Pub. Instruction
T P ro p n e to rs
J. E.. W hitney......................... State Printer
A. M. Crawford.................................Attorney General
R. S. Bean.
F. A. Moore,
r ........... Supreme Judges
C. E. Wolverton, I
General feed and livery business, hauling and delivering.
M. L. Chamberlain..............................
.........Clerk Board School Land Com.
furnished on short notice.
Corner First and Hall
C, B. Bellinger.................. U. S. Dist. Judge
W. F. Mathews........................U. S. Marshal
D. M. Dunne................... Collector Int. I'sv.
John H . H all................ D. S. Dist. Attorney
G r. W
J V T a r tin ,
Coqulle Cty, Oegon
SECOND JUDICIAL D ISTRICT.
Three papers of garden seeds for J. W, Hamilton.....................................Judge
G. M. Brown..............Prosecuting Attorney
10 cents, at Knowlton’s.
D . 8. LAND CFFICB.
When at Marshfield
eat at the Henry B ooth ......................................Receiver
-D EALER IN -
J. T . Bridges......................................Register
COOS COUNTY OFFICERS.
“ I don’t think we could keep
h o u s e without T h c d f o r d ’ a B l ^ ’k -
D ra u * lit
W e h :iv e u se d It in th e
f a r i n '/ f • o v e r tyvo y ea rs w ith t h e
b e s t i f . ?u1te. 1 h: v < i t fee* a
d ’ *. r I : '.h '.o u . .* fo r ths.6 l o n j . l l
o f ; me.
u i.a i!
’ —JA.' iliS H ALL, Jack
s o n v ille , i l l . __________
Becau-o this great medicine
relieves stomach pains, frees the
constipated bowels and invigor
ates the torpid liver and weak
H o D octor
is necessary in the home where
Thedford's Black-Draught is
kept. Families living in the
country, miles from any physi
cian. have been kept in health
for years with this medicine as
their only doctor. Thedford’a
Black - Draught cures bilious
ness, dyspepsia, colds, chills and
fever, bad blood, headaches,
diarrhoea, constipation, colic
and almost every other ailment
because the stomach, bowels
liver and kidneys so nearly con
trol the health.
SBZ* .« a . C'A t . m 1 - -|*7 - - fa
M A G A Z IN E
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The Best in Current Literature
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P A P E R S O N T IM E L Y T O P IC S
$ 2 .5 0
h a rn e s s and Saddles
n.da o f 3 L a s a . t h . e r
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PER YEAR : 2 5 C T S . A COPY
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SWIFT & CC
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I also do all kinds of repairing in this line at reasonable figure
C c c m ille O r
'*’or in itself r--d
elV.-ays r Huy to iu . i Ke a person w. 11
L . H arlocker........................................... Judge
L. H. H azard....................... v..................Clerk
Stephen Gallier..................................... Sheriff
J. B. D ulley......................................Treasurer
T . J. T h rift.........................................Assessor
W. H. Bunch............School Superintendent
Wm. H orsfall...................................... Coroner
S. B Catbcart....................................Surveyor
D. M cIntosh.............................Commissioner
R. C. Dem ent........................... Commissioner
M.G.Pohl, Dr. «'Optics,
Myrtle Point, Or.
H ighest Grade Lenses.
Satisfaction Guaranteed in
D. H. JOHNSON,
E. F. DAVENPORT,
J . E. HAYNES.
E. S. DEAN,
Coquille Valley Packing Company
(Successors to Johuson, Dean & Co.)
C a p ita l $ 1 0 ,0 0 0 .
Principal place of business
lin in g and Real Estate Agents
Eckley, Curry County, Oregon.
valuable Mines, Farms, Stock
Ranches and Timber Lands for sale.
M yrtle Point,
House and 6 acres o f land well improved
Wilbur, D ouglas county, Or., for sale,
exchange for property in M yrtle Point
A general packing business carried ou. The best meats
the country can produce always on band. Highest cash
price paid for beef, pork, mutton, chickens, etc.
‘ T Y ^ e le o ir ie ’
BOARD OF UlRECTORS:
D. II. JOHNSON,
Leaves Coquille City for Myrtle
Point at 7:30 a. m.
Leaves Myrtle Point for Coquille
Citv at 1 :30 p. m.
O. R. W IL L A R D .
P o u ltr y F a r m ,
J, R. Stillwell, prop
C o q u ille
hroughbr ed cockerels from $1 up
and eggs $1 per setting.
Ara due to Indigestion. Ninety-nine of every
one hundred people who have heart trouble
can remember when It wax simple Indiges
tion. tt la a scientific fact that all cases of
heart disease, not organic, are not only
traceable to, but are the direct result of Indi
gestion. Alt food taken Into the stomach
which falls of perfect digestion ferments and
«wells the stomach, puffing It up against the
heart. Thij interferes with the action of
I *he heart, and In the course of time that
I lellcate but vital organ becomes diseased.
Mr. D. ICnible. or N.r»d,, O.. Mrs
« « i b i s and n l In a bad atato as I bad heart trouble
With It. I took Kodol Drapapaia Cura for .bout four
sooth, and It cured me.
Kodol Digests W hat Y o u t a t
Cnd relieves the stomach of ell nervoue
Strain and the heart of ell pressure.
X 1 .0 0 S ite hotdtot i ' i ttmee Ike trial
« r e . a<M«b M ils lor foe.
fwewer.4 w, «. «. e.vrtTT A oo , Ov'OAQo.
E. E. DAVENPORT.
T u ttle
M P ip io iltli Rod
W eak — ~
H e a rts
O re g o n .
First Class in euery respect Courteos treatment, Transien
and Regular Boarding and Lodging.
No BAR IN CONNECTION.
NO CHINESE LABOR
First Street— East End o f Bridge.
Saddle Horses of best quality nlwayn
u»ed. G ood Rigs in lead
ness for special trips. In fact, n s . ”
’ll ge and Livery businese
Accommodations f or 'J > ’ l l l g i t n a tf t < isli D .