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About Semi-weekly herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1904-1905 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1904)
M y rtle P oin t Jottings.
Among the happenings at this
PUBLISHED KVHHY TUESDAY place we note the following:
Urs. Allan Baker (nee Graham)
left on last Friday to join her hus
D- F. DEAN,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR band near Crescent City, Cal.
Mrs. C. Lockwook and two chil.
County Official Paper. dren went on the Breakwater en
Devoted to ib e material and social up route to their new home three miles
building o f the Ooqnille Valley particularly
from Santa Rosa, California.
and of Cooa Oonnty generally.
'ear. in advanoe, $2.00 will be joined later by Mr. Lock-
wood. They are to engage in poul
C hbistiam C hobob . — Pleaching every
Snnday at 11 a. io . and 7jfi0 p. m. Sunday
«obool at 10 a. in. Christian Endeavor at
0:30 p .m .
Prayer meeting every WednM.
day evening at 7:30. All oordiallv invited.
Episoopnl Chnrob.—Epifloopal aervioes
will be held at St. James ehoreh, Coqnille
ODy the third Sunday In eaoh month.
Sunday sohool at 10 a. ro . eaoh aanday.
Wm. Horne fall, Pastor.
W E. Church, South: Preaching eaoh
and every Sundays at 11 a. ra. and 7:30 p.
m Sundny-school every Sunday at 10
n clock- Senior Epworth Leagne at 6:30, p.
. .Junior League at 3:30,p. m. Prayermeet
mg Thursday evening at 7:30.
R. A. Reagan, pastor.
the first and third Snnday In eaoh month
Preaohing at 11 o'clock a. in. and 7:30 p. m.
Snnday school at 10 o’clock a. m .
wortb Leagne at 6:30 p. m.
W . H. livaaa.
P rksbytkbian Oilmen.— Presohlng eer-
vices 2nd and 4th Sundays, morning ard
i-vening, Snnday School evary Snnday at
10 n. m. Christian Endeavor aervicea every
S u n d a y at 0:30 p. m.. Miaa Winnie Hall,
Ladies’ Aid and Missionary
i n.detv meats every two weeks on Tbnrs-
e n v sa ti! p. ro. A cordial welcome is ei-
t i ded to the pnblio to attend all onr Ber
A ikjlph H abbblt , Pastor
The W. C. T. U. meets every 1st and 3rd
Kridav B|3 p. m. at the Christian ohnroh.
devKSTH D ay A d y b s t is t C hcbcih —Sab-
lnth t seventh dav) services; Sabbath
chor.l 10 n. m.. Bible study 11 a. m.,
prnyer meeting Tuesday evening 8 p. ro.,
meeting Friday, 8 p. m.
All are invited to attend these meetings.
C. H . BUNCH.
(Daily Coast Mail.)
John F. Hall started Saturday for
Uoseburg where he will argue a case
before Judge Hamilton.
A family reunion was held at Mr.
T. M. Hermann’s on the South Fork
on Sunday the 23rd. In days gone
by the old Hermnun place was noted
for its hospitality, and friend or
stranger always found a warm wel
come. That was in the days of Dr.
Hermann, so widely known all over
the country. His cloak seems to
Lave fallen on the shoulders of liis
son Manel, and now his elegant
residence is completed, even its
commodious walls are sometimes
taxed to contain the many friends
who so enjoy a visit there.
those present on this oc
were: T. M. Hermann and
wife, Cass Hermann and wife, Mrs.
Harry Hermann, Clay Dement and
Mrs. Carrie Hermann. F. P.
Hermann, Edwin Sehroeder and
wife, Edward Bender and wife, Ern
est E. Bender and wife, Mrs. Anna
Bender (Grandma), Mrs. H. G.
Ploeger, of Marshfield, Ernest Her
mann and wife, Misses Myrtle, Neta,
Clara, Lois, Ana, Edua, Zelia, Nellie,
Marie and Neva Hermann. Masters
Willie, Herbert, Ellis Hermann and
A fine dinner was served, after
which several photos were taken,
one especially where Mrs. Bender
and four of her brothers were taken
in a group.
Five bars Napthol Soap 25c at Lor
New Goods arriving overy day at W. T.
Kerr A Co.’s.
Largest stock ol Clothing and Gents'
Furnishing Goods at Lorenz’s.
Lard and Ilacon at wholesale at the
Coquille Valley Packing Co.
If you want to buy a boat, call on or
write Geo. M. Hite at Bandon.
Mens’ lioys’ and children’s clothing,
cheapest ill town, at Lorenz’s.
Large stock of Dry Goods, Laces and
all Dress Trimmings at Kerr & Co.’s.
W. P. Fuller’s prepared Paints, Oils
and Varnishes at J. Á. Lamb & Co.’s.
The Coquille Valley Packing Co. car
ries a fine line of Berlin and minced hams.
Geo. M. Hite is building Units for sale.
If you want anything in that line, write
him at Bandon.
Bacon, Hams and Lard at wholesale
and retail, quality guaranteed. Coqi'iu.B
V allry P acking Co.
Why, your mother, your own mother.
Such affection could come from no
In sunshine or rain, in pleasure or pain,
The one you loved lieat was your
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Address, Superintendent Travelers,
Special Representative in this
325 Dearlwrn street, Chicago.
county and adjoining territories,
A gen t.
3 . O CO.. A gent.
Sept 20-12 t to represent and advertise an old
E m pire.
established business house of solid
All persons kuowing themselves weekly, with Expenses advanced
S tr. W E L C O M E |
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O. Willard, M.wter,
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must be made at oDce or the ac- buggy Furnished when
Coquille t'ity 7:00 A-M. ( Myitle B't 10:00 a - m .
count»« will be placed in the hands position
l/oimect* with lower-river lw»aU :«t Coqnille j hroughbre d coekevels from $1 op
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F r a n c is c o .
Notice is hereby given to the |
Theatrical Music Supply Co., 44 ! public that Mary kosta, my wife,
N o S to p -o v e r at W a y Ports.
West 28th street, New York, will has left my bed aud board without j
and E lect»ic L ights. E verything in First-
I will not id any way be re-1
| Bponsible for her acts and hereby
W anted Quickly,
to 1 warn a11
her on my
/> E. / !. /•: ns HANDLE
“A short time ago I was taken
with a violent attopk of diarrhcea
and belibve I would have died if I
bad not gotten relief,” says John J.
Patton, a leading citizen of Patton,
Alabama. “ A friend recommonded
Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. I bought a
twenty-five cent bottle and after
taking three doses of it was entirely
cured. I consider it the best reme
dy in the world for bowel com
plaints. For sale by R. S. Kuowl-
FOR SALE CHEAP— A scow
with house on it 15x30 feet. In
Notice is hereby given “ that all quire of Geo. W. Leggett, River
Coos County warrants” (on Gener ton, Or.
al Fund) endorsed prior tc October
1st, 1902, will lie paid on presenta U 0 “ The eafe and reliable tiw n - tart
tion at my office in Coquille City,
No interest will be allowed after
September 30tb, 1904,
J. B. D cllky ,
Coos County Treasurer.
C. P. Jensen, M aster.
Dated at Coquille City, Oregon,
W ill m ake regular trips between
September 27, 1904.
Photography fo r the
V io le n t A ttiie li ot lllnrrlliM -n C lir e -
I li u in l,e r In I n 'v
C o lic ,
c u t iintl I tlg r r lto c u It c m c t ly
n ii'l tVrlni|*9i a l .i l c N n vctl.
A U . T H E L E A D PAG
We the undersigned want it un
derstood that the tickets marked
Dispatch and Favorite are not good
on Str. Antelope, and that when such
tickets are purchased from Capt.
Panter they will not be honored.
T h os . W h it e ,
J ohn C. M oomaw .
. . , , whole
, , ! account.
F rank K osta .
represent . long-established
sale house among retail merchants
R-I P-A-N-S Tabules
nnd agents; local territory of few
counties. $18 salary and expenses
A good prescription
Major Kinney arrived in town
from Roseburg Saturday morning.
Mrs. Ploeger, who has been visit
He returns again tomorrow after
Grass and Clover Hay baled and
cleaning up important business ing Mr. Bender for several days, re
delivered at Coquille or Bandon,
turned to her Marshfield home on
which awaited him here.
Or., for ?11 per ton by Steamers
W. R. Davis and John Swanson Tuesday.
Dispatch, Favorite or Liberty.
Mr. Brown, the new M. E.
hove leased the Flanagan coal mine
west of town and will place the coal preacher from North Dakota, oc
LAND FOR SALE.
on the Marshfield market. This cupies the Rev. Holcomb’s house on
coal is of excellent quality for do. the hill.
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360 acres unimproved
me8tio use and was eagerly sought
S ic k I l n u U i l i P
Land—3 miles from Coquille City.
after when it was on the market
“For several yeers my wife was A fine investment. For prices and
here several years ago. These gen
troubled with what physicians call terms apply at M. A. Pierce’s store.
tlemen will undoubtedly make a
ed sick headache of a very severe
success of their venture.
She doctored with sev
A Big Real Estate Bargain.
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eral emintnt physicians and at a
Lumber for Panama.
Two hundred acres with 7,000,
great expense, only to grow worse
000 fine standing tim ber, 3,000,000
Bellingham, Wash., Oct. 24.—The untill she was vnable to do any kind
of which can be handlogged. Good
About a year ago she
first order for lumber on the Pana ot work.
house and barn, 70 acres in grass
ma Canal construction has been re began taking Chamberlains Stom and pood orchard. A big bargain
ceived by Bellingham mills, and it ach and Liver Tablets nnd today — at $15 per acre. Call on H krai . d .
is said to be the forerunner of en weighs more than she ever did lie-
A Bargain in a HOme.
ormous quantities required on the fora and is real well,’’ says Mr.
isthmus. A little more than 2,000,- Geo. E. Wright o f New London,
The Herald can makeiyou a fine
For sale by R. S.
000 feet will be supplied in the in New York,
offer in the way of a home and
itial consignment, intended for con
three of the finest garden lots in the
struction of houses along the canal
city, which the present crop will
route. Shipment will begin at an
Special Representative in this prove. A good wagon and team
early date and delivery will be
and adjoining territories will be acceptible as part pay.
made at Ancon. The mills will be
gin cutting the order immediately. to represent and advertise an old-
C h o le r a 1 li lm i t ii iu .
One vessel is expected within the established business house of solid
This disease has lost its terrors
Salary f ‘21
next few days. It is believed that financial standing.
since Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera
the entire amount of lumber Deeded weekly, with expenses advanced and Dia.’rhcea Remedy came into
for the canal will be supplied from each Monday by check direct from general use. The uniform success
Horse and buggy which attends the use of this reme
the North Pacific Coast. Admiral headquarters.
dy in all cases of bowel complaints
Walker announced the result of the furnished when necessary; position in children has made it a favorite
wherever its value has become
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