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About Semi-weekly herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1904-1905 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1905)
PUBLISHED EVE RY TUESDAY
County Official Paper.
Devoted to the materiel end «octal up
building o f the CoqnUle Valley particnlarly
• ad of Ooofl Connty generally.
■'nbacription. per year, in advanoe, ,2.00
C a iu T u r C h o b o h . — l ’i caching every
Sunday at 11 a. to. and 7:30 p. m. Snnday
aohool at 10 a. m. Cbriatian F.ndedror at
0:80 p. m. Prayer meeting every WednM-
day evening at 7:30. All cordially invited.
Kpiacopal Ohnroh.—Episcopal aervioe»
will he held at St. ,Tames ohnrch, Coqnille
City the third Snnday in eaoh month.
Snnday school at 10 a. m. eaoh snnday.
Wm. Horaefsll, Pastor.
M E.Chnrch, S ooth: Preaching each
and every R n n da ysatll a. m, and 7:30 p.
m Snnday-sohobl every Snnday at 10
v’lilouk. Senior Epworth Leagne at fi:30, p.
ru. JnniorLeagoeat3:30,p.m. Prayermect-
inp Thursday evening at 7:30.
H. sf. Branham, pastor.
.Methodist Bpisoopal ohnrqji.—Servioe
the first and third Snnday in ?aoh month
I'reaehfng at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7-30 p. m.
Snnday school at 10 o'olook a. m.
worth League at 0:30 p. m.
J. L. B i a t t t , Pastor.
P b ksb v tb bia n C h u rch .— Preaohing eer-
yices 2nd and 4th Sundays, morning ard
evening, Snnday School every Snnday at
10 it. m. Christian Endeavor servioes every
bin .'ay at fidh1 p. m., Misa Winnie Half,
President. Ladies’ Aid and Miaaiouary
Society meets every two weeks on Thurs
days at 2 p. m. A oordial weloome is e i-
tended to the pnblio to attend all oor ser-
A dolph H a b k k l t , Pastor.
1'he W. C. T. 0 . meets every 1st and 3rd
h -id ly at 2 p. m. at the Cbriatian ohnroh.
Sr v e s t n D at A d v e n tist CmracH—Sab
bath (seventh day) servioes; Sabbath
obool 10 a. ui.. Bible stndy 11 a. m .,
prayer meeting Tuesday evening 8 p. m.,
ruling people's meeting Friday, 8 p. m.
All are invited to attend theae meetings.
C. H . BUNCH.
(Coos Bay N ew s.)
Fishing boats are bring in quanti
ties of herrings for the local market.
The Czarina, which arrived yes
terday, takes a cargo of ¡coal to Eu
reka this trip.
Mrs. E. B. Seabrook and children
have gone to Portland to visit rela
Miss Marion Reedy, who has been
in California for over a year, re
turned on the Kilburn yesterda".
The Breakwater, besides her
usual cargo of coal and other
freight, took 1300 sacks of potatoes
Passeugor rates on the steamer
Alliance, on the Portland and Eu
reka routes, have been cut to $5 and
$3. Freight rates have not been
A throe-story annex is being built
to the Hotel North Bend. Tho ad
dition will contain 40 rooms and a
large conservatory, to be used as a
ladies’ sitting room.
R. E. Shine anil bride arrived at
their home at Empire, Saturday,
coming over the Drain route. A
hearty welcome was given thorn Sat
urday evening by their numerous
A letter written to Peter Belcher,
of Eureka, by a brother in New
York, snvs Eastern people have to
pay $85 per thousand foet for vhite
pine lumber now that they could
buy live years ago for $45 per thou
B a n croft Item s.
Since our last writing there has
been some real winter weather here
but not tbe usual amount of rain.
January has been a favorable
month for work and much has been
done in the way of logging and
slashing, while some have made a
good start on their plowing.
Harry Hillis is just home from a
trip to Eden Valley.
Loudon, Jan. 30. —The Foreign
Office has received a telegram from
Consul-General Murray, at Worsaw,
reporting that himself and Vioe-
Coneul Muoukain were charged by
Russian cavalrymen engaged in
clearing the streets o f Warsaw. It
appears that Mr. Murray is partially
deaf, and probably did not hear the
approach of the troops, and when
he subsequently endeavored to make
known his personality, it was with
The Foreign Office has
telegraphed to Ambassador Hard
ing to make urgent representations
at 8 i Petersburg on the subject
St. Petersburg, Jan. 30.—New
complications between Great Britain
and Russia are feared on account of
the attack on the British Consul and
Vice-Consul nt Warsaw, Saturday
night. Coming on the heels of the
placards posted by Assistant Chief
of Police Roundneff, at Moscow,
charging Great Britain with inciting
the revolution in Russia, the War
saw incideni is likely to nrouse an
outburst in Great Britain may again
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A g o n i z i n g VlnriiN.
are instantly relieved and perfectly
belled by llucklen’s Arnica Salve.
C. Rivenbark, Jr., of Norfolk, Va.,
“ I burnt my knee dread
fully; that it blistered all over.
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve stopped the
pain, and healed it without a scar.”
Also heals all wounds and sores.
25c at R. S. Knowlton, druggist.
Dairy Farm for Sale.
A fine dairy farm containing 70
acres of bottom land and 23 acres
of hill land, and adjoining the town
of Myrtle Point, Coos county, O re-!
gon, and $ mile from creamery.
Forty-five acres of bottom land im-
proved and in good state of cultiva-:
tion; 5 acres slashed, burned and
newly seeded; hill land is all good
for pasture; 3 acres of orchard in
good bearing condition and differ
ent varieties of fruit.
and other buildings.
While w e 1
have a number of other dairy farms
for sale, yet this is one of the best j
bargains, as the location is all that
could be desired, being near town, j
school and creamery.
This is cer-1
tainly a bargain for some progres- I
sive dairyman. Price $7,500.
R o b e r t s <fc C
D ran e’s S to re ,
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
D E A L E R IN
A C H O IC E L IN E OF
Syrup, Tobacco, Cigars, etc.
H alf its Former Cost
full line of
A m erican J r :
C A M E R A
Prices the fowest
Everything fourni in a first-class Grocery.
consistent with good goods.
T h e B est P h ysic.
We carry a
F lo u r and. F e e d .
fa m o u s
When you want a physic that is
mild and gentle, easy to take and
certain to act, always use Chamber
lain’s Jtomach and Liver Tablets.
For sale bv R. S. Knowlton.
. I L L T H E L/LI DI A (7
DILI LD LS H . L Y D L E
THE C E L E B R A T E D
A m e rica n
G e n u i n e l y g o o d in
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Plates as you choose.
Absolutely new models.
F ob S ai . e — A fine property consisting
of Bplendid garden lots, good house and
barn. For particulars call at this office.
The Coquille City H ira ld having
bought out the Coquille City Bulle
tin and its business, and the two
papers having been consolidated,
all sums that were due and owing
to the Bulletin on July 1, 1904, are
now due and payable to the H erald
and should be settled at once to
give us a chance to get our accounts
balanced up. The H eiiald will ful
fill all obligations of the Bulletin
H aving renovated their m ill at Ban in the matter of subscriptions.
croft, Fish Bros are now prepared to
furnish the public the best grades of
lum ber, having em ployed experioneeil
Wood for Sale
If you want good fir wood, reas
onably dry, leave your order with
Z. C. Strnng or H. C. Moore, the
T. K erb , President.
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R. W ilson , Secretary.
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The infant son o f Mr. and Mrs.
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. t lr u l'l nt N ir n a r
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E. Culver has been laid up lately
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their skill in trapping mink and
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ahead, boys, good luck and fair re
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