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Every man or woman who is now
advertising or intending to adver
tise, should send 10 cents for a copy
of White’s Sayings published at
Seattle, Wash., at $1.00 per year.
This paper gives practical hints
about advertising systems, adver
tising illustrations, writing adver
tisement and suggests methods to
get more business at less expense
John Snyder, of the Central Ho
It gives the advertising rates
tel, accompanied by his son George all the leading publications and in
and daughter, Mrs. Addis Rolling- many other ways is worth the $1.00
C hristian C hubch . — Pleaching every
Suadnv st 11 a . io . And 7:80 p. m. Sunday son, left on the south bound Al per year.
sell ) l At 10 A. m. Christian Endeavor at liance for 8an Franoisoo today.
ONE SPECIAL— A paid up
6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wedn se They expect to remain in the city
Iv Æ a r s lr g & e ld ., O r e g o n .
ll \ evening at 7:30. All oordially invited,
subscriber may ask all the questions
he desires about business and ad
Episcopal Chnroh.—Episcopal aervices
In a recen t b ulletin H on . C a rroll
M ot A M irk l l a j M lu r r .
w i l l be held at St. James chnroh, Ooquille
Mrs. A. Stemmerman, of Coos vertising methods and receive con
D. W r ig h t show s that th o co s t o f
City the third Snnday in eaoh month.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. each snnday.
liv in g n ow is h ig h e r than it has
Wm. Horse fall, Pastor. for a complicated case fo appendi — for hustlers—tells you how to kidney trouble. I tried all sorts of
been fo r thirteen years.
Th at is
Wh ) tie l the cow's tail to his log in the proucss of milk
M K. Chnroh, South: Preaching each
me. One day I saw an ad of your becau se the p e op le insist u pon hav
And every Sundays u til a. m, and 7:30
was performed by Doctors Mingns become independent.
ing, said she hid not dragged him over two miles before]
m. Sunday-school every Sunday at ft
Electric Bitters and determined to
ho realized ho had made a mistake.
o’clock. Senior Epworth League at 6:30, p. and Straw, and the lady is resting
Send 10 cents today, if you are try that. After taking a few doses w illin g to pay h ig h e r prices.
in. Junior League at 3:30,p.m. Prayermeet- nicely today.
o n e o f the advantages o f livin g in
ng Thursday eyening at 7:30.
F a rth e r
MrB. J . W. Tibbetts and little to White’s Sayings, Seattle, Wash
R. A. Reagan,'pastor.
Methodist Episoopal church.— Servioe daughter Hazel, were passengers ington.
Must you bo drogg d before you realize you are making a j
sick day since. Neighbors of mine
F iv e m em bers o f the C on solidat
t he first and third Sunday in eaoh month on today’s oot-going Areata enroute
mistake in not usiug Electric Lights.
Preaching at 11 o’clock a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday school nt 10 o’clock a. m.
Ep- for San Francisco from which place
(Ur- s a p R i s e s .
neuralgia, liver and kidney troubles N ew Y ork , have been exp elled fo r
worth League at G:30 p. m.
they go east to spend the summer
This is “ o b v io u s fra u d .’ ’ H ow m uch fraud
W. H. Mraas.
Weak lungs should be careful and general debility.”
Coughs and colds are dangerous what B. F. Bass, of Fremont, N. C., th ere may be in N ew Y ork exch ang
P beshytebian C hubch .—Preaching eer-
es which is n o t o b v io u s, rem ains to
One Minute Cough Cure write. Only 50c, at Knowlton’s
victs 2nd and 4th Sundays, morning ard
be told. I f all n o n -o b v io u s w ro n g
cure*, coughs and colds and gives
evening, Sunday School every Sunday at
Ct.relessnegs is responsible for strength to the lungs.
10 a. ID. Christian Endeavor services everv
d o in g b y men in h igh and resp on
Mrs. G. E.
Sunday at 6:30 p. m., Miss Winnie Hall, many a railway wreck and the same
sib le position s, a nd in places o f
Fenner, of Marion, Ind., says;
President. Ladies’ Aid and Missionary
Hew l«l<*:e Woman * Maenziiiv.
trust, was revealed and punished,
Society meats every two weeks on Thurs causes are making human wrecks of suffered with a cough until 1 run
days at 2 p. m. A cordial welcome is ex sufferers from Throat and Lung
A number of new features charac the air w ould be fu ll o f scandal
tended to the pnblio to attend all our ser- troubles. But since the advent of down in weight from 148 to 92 lbs.
- —» *
A dolph H abkhly , Pastor
I tried a number of remedies to no terize the June issue of the N ew
Dr. King’s New Discovery for Con avail until I used One Minute I d ea W om an ’ s M a g a z in e . Amoug
R - I - P - A .N - 8 T a b u le s
The W. C. T. U. meets every 1st and 3rd
Friday at 2 p. m. at the Christian ohurch. sumption, Coughs and Colds, even Cough Cure. Four bottles of this them may tie mentioned especially
D o c to r s find
A g o o d p re scrip tio n
C uuroii of U edhbmkd I hbabl !
Services the worst cases can be cured, and wonderful remedy cured me entire “ Perdita’s Problems.” the first of
every 1st mid 3rd Sunday in eaoh month by hopeless resignation is no longer
F o r m an kind.
ly of the congb, strengthened my a series of papers by Alice Chitten
Elder J. II. James.
J - G - P ish <£ S o n ,
Mrs. Lois Cragg of lungs and restored me to my nor den, telling how a small family 1 .The A-oent packet is enough for nanal oo-
Dorchester, Mass., is one of many mal weight, health and strength.’’ may live comfortably on a moder ensions. The family bottle (60 cents) con MANUFACTURERS of Butter Boxes, Cubes, Apple and Fruit B o x e s
tains a supply for a year, All druggists
whose life was saved by Dr. King’s Sold by R. S. Knowlton.
L O C A L ITEM S.
ate income. “ Summer Comfort1 sell them.
Cabinets, Tiibles, Counters, Store Fronts, etc.
New Discovery. This great remedy
is another interesting paper by
Turning Work a Specialty.
All Orders given
Mr. and Mrs. John Tawse, o f is guaranteed for all Throat and
Maud Murray Miller. “ A Glimpse
Kiverton, were in town Thursday. Lung diseases by R. S. Knowlton,
of Capri,” by Jean B. Stearns, is a
Tne railroad surveyors have
A. M. Welch, of Lampa creek, Druggist Price 50c, and $1.00
charmeng tale of travel. “ A Ger Theodore Roosevelt..................... President
John Hay.........................Secretary of State
shook hands with friends in town Trial bottles free.
man Bride’s Outfit,” by Mubel A. Leslie M. Shaw........ Secretary of Treasury
Frank Barrows is building him Potter, is both instructive and en Elihu Root........................ Secretary of War
A. Hitohcoek........ Secretary of Interior
(Coos Bay News.)
J. E. Quick, the Lampa creek
a bouse on a tract of land near L. tertaining. In fictions, theatrical E.
Wm. H. Moody................Secretary of Navy
dairyman, had business in town
Alfred Soderman was brought to C, Gibson's bouse above town.
news, domestic science and interior Jas, F. Wilson — Secretary of A’grioultuie
P. C. Knox........................ Attorney General
town yesterday from the Daniels
Fishing has been good during decoration, the number fairly teems H. C. Payne.................................Postmaster General
C. Timmons, the Bandon cannory creek logging camp, suffering from tbo past ten days, and fishermen with good things, and th eillu str- Melyille W. Fuller................................ Chief Justice
OREGON STATE OFFICBB8.
man, returned from Astoria by the a serious fracture o f the right leg have caught Dice striogs of perch tions fitly supplement the text.
near the knee. He w h s attended
John H. Mitohell
which are now coming into the
Chas W Fnlton ' I .......... ..U. S. Senator
D o m n 'l R e s p e c t o ld A r c ,
Dave Mathers, of near Riverton by Dr. Horsfall.
Ringer Hermann, Congressman 1st Dist.
Its shameful when youth fails to J. N. Williamson---- Congressman 2nd Dist
Caterpillars are working injuries
made our office a visit while in
E. Chamberlain................... Governcr
to several orchards on Coos river.
show proper respect for old age, Geo.
town on Tuesday.
F. I. Dunbar.................... Secretary of State
but just the contrary in the case of Chas. T. Moore................... State Treasurer
S. J. Culver, o f Bandon, was in Some o f the farmers are nsiog
H. Ackerman.......Supt. Pub. Instruction
town Thursday, having returned coaloil torches with good effect,
Five hundred dollars reward will Dr. King’s New Life Pills.
J. E.iWhitney....................................... State Printer
P r o p r ie to r s .
from a trip to Roseburg.
M. Crawford................Attorney General
Bob Starkey has been confined be given for information that will
vere and irrespective of old age. R. S. Bean.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bean, of
Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Fever, Con F. A. Moore,
of RivertoD, were in town doing sickness, but ¡ b improving at person or persons who set fire to stipation all yield to this perfect C. E. Wolverton. )
the stores of Wm. H. Schroeder on
some shopping on Thursday,
pill. 25, at R. S. Knowlton’s drug
........ Clerk Board School Land Com. General feed and livery business, hauling and delivering.
C, B. Bellinger..................U. S. Dist. Judge
We understand that a concert, January 7, 1902 and January 12, store.
The body o f the late Henry M
Stanley, the noted African explor arranged by Rev. Father Donnelly, Wm. H. Schroeder and F. Meutzel
D. M. Dunne.................. Collector Int. l ’ sv.
Makes regular trips to Roseburg carrying freight and passengers.
er, was bnried in Westminster
Fontilla, and the leading brands
York, last Wednesday evening, the A Son on June 14, 1901 and in cigars at Mrs. Nosier’s.
SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Abby on the 7th inst.
$250 by sub
J. W. Hamilton...................................Judge
proceeds of which are to go to the June 14, 1902;
G. M. Brown............. Prosecuting Attorney
AVill Drane came down from fund for building tbe hospital at scription, guaranteed;
10 cents, at Knowlton’s.
U. 8. LAND OFFICE-
Eden yalley last Tuesday. He North Bend.
C ou nty C ourt of C oo C ounty , O re
When at Marshfield eat at the Heary Booth....................................Receiver
camo out for some seed grain
J. T. Bridges....................................Register
By L. Harlocker,
which he was ready to sow.
COOS COUNTY OFFICERS.
If you expect to build this spring
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L. H. Hazard.........................................Clerk
H. B. Ferguson, who died at his
pall on W. A. Goodman and get
Stephen Gallier................................... Sheriff
plans for houses and barns.
He is home near Flagstaff yesterday will C u r e « ! H i s M o t h e r „1 U h c u i n n t i s m
J. B. Dulley....................................Treasurer
T. J. Thrift.......................................Assessor
prepared to do your work on short he bnried with Masonic boners at
“ My mother has been a sufferer
W. H. Bunch............School Superintendent
Odd Fellow's cemetery in this city
for many years with rheumatism,”
tomorrow at 2 p. m.-—Mail.
S, B Catbcart..................................Surveyor
says W. H. Howard, of Husband,
Lewis Strong returned from his
D. McIntosh........................... Commissioner
R. C. Dement..........................Commissioner
Pa. “ At times she was unable to
trip down the river on Thursday
a • ''C r i d s of Leather Goods found in a
A K u u h w b } Illcy cle .
move at all, while at all times walk
He expects to start for Salem on
Terminated with an ugly cut on
Saturday to attend the State the leg o f J. B. Orner, Franklin ing was painful. I presented her
with a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
I also do all kinds of repairing in this line at reasonable figure
Grove, 111, It developed a stub Balm and after a few applications
Owing to the cheapness of lum
O ocm ille, O r.
she decided it was the most wonder
Myrtle Point, Or.
tier and improved facilities, Fish and remedies for four years. Then ful pain reliever she had ever tried,
& Sons are turning out butter Bucklen’s Arnica Salvo cured. Its in fact, she is never without it now
MBS. CECELIA STOWE,
Highest Grade Lenses.
D. H. JOHNSON,
E. F. DAVENPORT,
O r a t o r , Entru N o u s C lu b .
cubes in better shape and cheap just as good for Burns, Scalds, aud is at all times able to walk. An
Satisfaction Guaranteed in every case. E. 8. DEAN,
Skin eruptions nnd Piles. 25c, at
er than last year.
occassional application of Pain Balm
176 Warren Avenue,
R. S. Knowlton’s.
One horse or a good team will be
F or nearly four years I suffered
formerly troubled with.” For sale
taken in trade on any one of the
from ovarian troubles. Tho doc
When ut Myrtle Point be sure by R. 8. Knowlton.
m aD y pianos wo handle.
tor insisted un an operation as the
to visit the Ice Cream Pallors of
E . M. F urm an ,
only way to get well. 1, however,
strongly objected to an operation.
lin in g and Real Estate Agents
(Successors to Johnson, Dean & Co.)
M y husband felt disheartened as
lar place has been rearranged, new
well as I, for home with a sick r*
E ckley, Carry County, Oregon.
We see by
the Plaindealer ly fitted up for the coming season
C a p ita l $ 1 0 ,0 0 0 .
Tbe small fish found eo abund
that Miss Joe Byers, of Sumner, and it is a great pleasure to par
Rancher: and Timber Lands for sale.
Principal placo of business
best. A friendly druggist advised ®
anil well known in this section, take of the delicacies served there. antly in tbe Watters o f the Coquille
him to get a bottle of Wine of
lias been omployed as a teaober in Stationery, nnts and confectionary River, and commonly called “ Shin
Cardui for me to try, and he ¿¿d so.
Wilbur, Douglas county, Or., for sale,
I began to improve in a few days and
the Roseburg publie schools for to suit all.
exchange for property in Myrtle Point
ers,” are young eilvereule salmon.
m y recovery was very rapid. With
the next term.
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in eighteen weeks 1 was another
Any person found lushing for
While traveling recently from
A general packing business carried on. Tlio best meats
G. M. Short, the Myrtle Point
these young salmon, or taking
the country can produce always on hand. Highest cash
attorney, returned from Marshfield Boston to Providence, on an express
price paid for beef, pork, mutton, chickens, etc.
Friday whither he had gone to at train, Bishop William Lawrence, of
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tend the funeral o f his sister, Miss Boston, was robbed of a pocket o f Oregon, or having them in their
BOARD OF UIR ECTORS:
Birdie Short, which took place the book containing $400. There was possession after so taken, will be
Leaves Coquille City for Myrtle
M rs. Stow e’s letter shows every
great consternation among the pas
E. D E A N
prosecuted H . G . V an D u s e n ,
woman how a home is saddened by
sengers when the fact was known,
D. H. JOHNSON,
E. E. DAVENPORT._________
fem ale weaknes and how completely
M a r r ie d . In
Coqnille City, not on account o f the robbery, but
W in e of Cardni cures that sick
F r a n k W. S m it h ,
Citv nt 1:30 p. m.
May 18, 1904, G. C, Welob, of because a Bishop, a servant of God,
ness and brings health and happi- I
O. R. W IL L A R D .
ness aga in . D o not go on suffer
Lampa creek, sud Miss Bonnie had so much script in his purse.
G o to your druggist today
Sell, o f Riverton, Judge L. Har- Nobody said it served him right,
and secure a $1 .0 0 bottle o f W in e I
One Prof. Swingle, of tne Depart
however, but several gentlemen o f
o f Cardni.
ment of Agriculture, wants people
_ Miss Elizabeth Crique and Jack fered to loan the Bishop five dollars
to go to raising date palms on the
T air, late o f North Bend were mar
desert plains of Nevada, Arizona,
ried nt Oaklend, Cal., last week.
General Miles though not a pro Colorado aud south-castnrn Cali
They have many friends on the fessional rhetoriciHD, lias taken his
Buy who will wish them the great place among the phiase builders, fornia. If Death Valley in Califor
nia could be irrigated it would be
est happiness.— Mail.
o bis Iroquois Club speech be a splendid place for palms cocoanut ’
!• rank Fish o f this city, who is said “ We need not cultivate un ap trees, watermelon patches, early
just about recovered from a tedi petite for the horizon when we strawberries, pine apples, olives,
M O N T H L Y M A G A Z IN E
hroughbr ed cockerels from $1 up
ous siege with m u m p s and measles have the best country on earth, coffee and many other useful plants.
A F a m i l y l i b r a r y
oq.u.i.11© City Oregon.
and eggs $1 per setting.
bolb at once, returned last Tara- with undeveloped resources that May we all live to see the day.
• — • - • < • *♦
day from a visit to the bay where
he had spent nearly two weeks dreds o f years."
12 C omslctc N ovels Y early
First Class in every respect Courteos treatment, Transien
T o C u re a ( 'o l d In lin e l»nj .
MANY S H O R T S TO R IE S AND
T-f o r T e r m s YVrite,
E . M . I flT H M A I\ .
and BOX FACTORY
The ‘ C L Y D E ”
L ive ryf eed Stable
Gr. W . M a r t i n ,
Coqulle Cty, Oegon
harness and Saddles
Coquille Valley Packing Company
‘W e l c o m e ’
W iN E iC U O N
Buff Plymouth Rock Temperance
v ._ n s
P oultry F arm ,
UPPINCOTT’S J, R. Stillwell,
The Best In Current Literature
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
I All druaitiat* refund the money if it fails to
; cure. E. W. Grove’s sipnatnre is on each
f box. '.Mo.
Turliine Sepcrator, capacity, about
1000 pounds; in good order, as
good ns now. Owner perfectly sat-
isio'd but it is not large enough for
Any person cutting Timber or |
his I nisi ness. For full particulars Bark of any description on the |
g " t > T. H. Mehl & Co’s , hardware lands of the Southern Oregon Com
pany, or removing same, or other
property, from said lands, without |
u' i greatest blessings n being duly authorized in writing, ^
j i b wish
for is a good will be Prosecuted according to
If you are
Of possessor of such an
•i greatly improve tbe
those you have by the
Any person furnishing sufficient
use of Chamberlain'll evidence for the recovery of proper
and Liver Tablets.
They ty sti taken and conviction of the
agreonble - parties concerned, will be given
■ take 'inn
T. H. MEHL A CO'S expert
For sale li> Jt N. Knowl-J onc-biD of the property recovered.
testing new Guns and Ammunition.
Sul n u n s O reoo . v CoMfAXY.
F ob S ale .— One
PAPERS ON T IM E L Y T O P IC S
9 2 .0 0
per y e a r ; 2 5 c t i .
NO C O N T I N U E D S T O R I E S
(V E R Y N U M B E R C O M P L E T E IN IT S E L F
'■ • l i e ;
to w rite for o u r c o n ù ù v n ti ii !t-:u
plviii'i t >r ivi ’ i -it : it iv
We promptly obtain U. aad :
IM S 5
o n p a te n ta b ility .
rvice and adviee,
ch a r g e s are in o k> rate.
T ry I
S W IF T & C O
0pp. U.S. Patent Office,Washing!jn. D.C.
Are due to Indigestion. Ninety-nine of every
one hundred people who have heart trouble !
can remember when II was simple Indlgos-
! lion. It Is a scientific fact that all cases of
heart disease, not organic, are not only
traceable to. but are the direct result of indl-
! gestton. All food taken Into the stomach
, which (ails of perfect digestion ferments and
swells the stomach, puffing II up against the |
heart. This Interferes with the action of
he heart, and In the course of time that
lellcate but vital organ becomes diseased.
Mr. D.Kaublo,of Nevada. O.. Mr*' lhaditomach
•rouble and vaa In a bad state aa I had heart trouble
. with It. I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about four
nonths end It cured me.
Kodol Digests What Y ou ta t
end relieves the stomach of all nervous
Strain and the heart ot all pressure,
ho"lea only. $ 1 .00 Sire holdtn« 2 H Umee the trial
«••. which Mile for toe.
Prepared by I. O. OeWITT * OO.. OMIOAQOh
and Regular Boarding and Lodging.
No BAR IN CONNECTION.
NO CHINESE LAB0 ?
First Street— East End of Bridge.
ROSEBURG-M YRTLE POINT-
;.T A G E LIN E
Saddle Horses of best quality always on hand. G ood Rigs in read
ness for special trips. In fact, a g ' vPv^iGt.ge and Livery business
Acco nmodatio us for 'I r tzsliig nen asp ects li.(,