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About Semi-weekly herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1904-1905 | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1905)
There is no political lesson for
the United States in the situation in
Russia. But there is u mora^les-
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY son as strong as words of Holy
The hatred of injustice is
universal, It is plantedj n the hu
& F. DEAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR man heart and nothing can oblitor.
ate it. It lives and asserts itself in
every quarter of the globe. It is,
Countv Official Paper. at the present moment, us positive
D ev oted t o ib e m aterial and social up
b u ild in g o f th e C oqu ille Valley parttonlarly and dominant in republican Ameri
j»id o f 'CJoos C ou n ly generally.
ca as iu despotic Russia. There are
-ear, in adv vanee, f2 .0 0
Subscription, per year.
in our own land monsters of greed
and rapacity sheltered und protect-
ed by the 1 iws, who refuse to recog
C hristian C hubch . - - P lea ch in g every nize or pay heed to the storm which
Sunday at 11 a. iq . and 7:30 p. ni. Sunday
jeh ool a t 10 a. m. Christian Endeavor at is gathering about 'them.
0:30 p. n i.
Prayer m eeting every Wedn
impending, none the less.
duy evening at 7:30. All cordially invited.
“ They haye sown the wind- and
i'lpiscopal Ohnroh.—E p iscop a l services
w ill be held at 8 t. .T -ines ch nrch , C oqnille shall reap the whirlwind.”
<’ Hy the third Sunday in each m onth.
may search the Scriptures from
^nnday school at 10 a. m. each snndav.
W in. H orsefall, Pastor.
Genesis to Revelation and you will
Vi. E . C h n rch , S outh: P reach in g each not find within the lids of the Bible
and every Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7:30
in S nnday-sohool every Sunday at r¿ a declaration of justice which lias
o ’ clo ck . Senior Epworth League at 6:30, p.
m. -Junior League at 3:30,p .m . Prayerm eet- been more unerringly verified in all
i n j T h u rsd a y even ing at 7:30.
iges of tbo world than this same
H. M. Branham , pastor.
Kansas City Star
Episcopal ch nrch .—Service text from Hose a.
the first and third Sunday in each m onth
Preaching at 11 o ’ clock a. in. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday school at 10 o ’ olock a. ni.
w >rth League at 0:30 p . m.
J , L. B eattt , Pastor.
^ rksbythbian C tiubch .—P reaching eer-
V‘ ies 2nd and 4th Sundays, m orning ard
« vtning, Sunday School every Sunday at
10 a. m . Christian Endeavor services every
Sunday at 6:30 n. m .,M is s W innie Hall,
Ladies’ Aid and Missionary
t ocietv meets every tw o weeks on Thurs-
»'avHatJi p. ra. A cordial weloom e is ex-
iended to the publio to attend all onr ser-
A polph H abehlt , Pastor
The W. C. T . U. m eets every 1st and 3rd
l ridav at 2 p .n i , at the C hristian ohurch.
S bvbhtii D ay A dvkntist C hubch —Sab-
I ath < seventh d a y ) services; Sabbath
ohool 10 a. m.. B ible study 11 a. m .,
prayer meeting Tuesday evening 8 p. ni.,
feting people’ s m eeting F rid a y, 8 p. m.
\il are invited to attend these m eetings.
C. H. BUNCH.
Heir to Millons and a Title.
4 n r « «1 U o i i f e i i i i i p t i o u .
Mrs. B. W. Evans, Clearwater,
Kan. writes, My husband lay sick
for three months.
said he had quick consumption.
We procured a bottle of Ballard’s
Horehound Syrup, and it cured
him. That was six years ago and
since then we have always kept a
bottle in the house. We cannot do
without it. For coughs and colds
it has no equal. 25c, and 50c and
$1.00. Sold by R. S. Knowlton.
The Naval appropriation of $99,-
914,359 looks as much like a hun
dred million dollars as a bargain
sale of goods reduced from a dollar
to ninety-eight cents.
Dairy Farm tor Sale.
A fine dairy farm containing 70
acres of bottom land 23 acres of hill
land, and adjosning the town of
Myrtle Point, Coos county, Oregon,
and £ mile from creamery. Forty-
five acres of bottom land improved
and in good state of cultivation; 5
acres slashed, burned and newly
seeded; hill laud is all good for pas
ture; 3 acres of orchard in good
eari bngcondition and different var
ieties of fruit. House, barn and
other buildings. While we have a
number of other dairy farms for
sale, yet this is one of the best bar
gains, as the location is all that
could be desired, being near town,
school and creamery. This is cer
tainly a bargain for some progres
sive dairyman. Price $7,500.
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of a proper division of the estate!
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father seut an attorney to enquire I
into the matter several years ago]
who he thought proved false and
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Spokane, Wash., Feb. 28.— Alex-
It would have been incredible
ander Kerr, of Spokane, says be is
heir to the ostate, and has docu brutality if Clias. F. Lemberger, of
Syracuse. N. Y., had not done the
ments to prove it, o f Eglinton, in
best he could for his suffering son.
The estate, “ My boy,” he says, “ cut a fearful
which Kerr says is worth $80,000,- gash over his eye, so I applied Buck-
000, has been in the chancery court len’s Arnica Salve, whiclr quickly
of England nnd Scotland since 1449 healed it and saved his eye. Good
A. D, Ho is also heir to the title of
at. R. S. Knowlton’s drug store.
Notification of the in.
heritance came through Scottish
0 N S U M P T I0 N
Farm lor Rent.
50c & $1.00
papers containing advertisements
160 acres 2 rnile3 east of Norway,
asking the whereabouts of the heir.
Surest and Quickest Cure for all
Coos county, Oregon, known as the
The Eglinton estate has been the
THROAT and LUNG TROUB
J. H. Allen place. 2 small houses,
LES, or M ONEY BACK.
subject of incessant legal battles in
hay bam, etc., small orchard. 12 to
Great Britain. The great Eglinton
15 acres plow land, 40 to 50 acres
castle, one of the strongholds of the
Scotch in thoir war with England, cleared for pasture, mostly fenced;
The Whole Thing in an Egg Shell
unfailing supply of running water,
was controlled by the Kerrs for gen
erations. Iu the mi Idle of the 15th 1 mile from good school, good coun
H o w to Get
Will lease for a
century, when the Kerrs were up ty road by place.
term of years to reliable parties.
holding the standard of England
2 0 0 Eggs a
during the war with France, Cap For further information address the
Year per Hen
B arnett .
tain Drummond, of the English
army, married a daughter of the
T he second edition o f a P racical Poultry
Kerrs and during the disastrous
U i v i 'S l l . - u l l l i , V ijin r m il l T i m e .
Manual is now ready. C ontains am ong
times so many of the family expired
Herbine is a boon for sufferers other things the fam ous S am pson M ethod
that Drummond claimed the estate from aneainia. By its use the blood o f F eeding, which is know n to be one o f
« ' » » k i n g H profit from
saying he was next in line. Bitter is quickly regenerated and the color
poultry. Some o f the chapter headings are:
m • I
quarrels ensued between the Kerr becomes normal. The dr-m ing lsroouer
Chieks: P rofitable Poultry K «is-
strengh is revived. The languor is iug; P rinciple D ifficulties; U cm ediea for
and Drummond families.
diminished. Health, vigor and Koiip; During the M on li: E con om y in
The prosont Mr. Kerr says he re
tone predominate. New life and Feeding; Poultry as a B usiness; Trap
members his grandfather discussing happy activity results. Mrs. Belle Nests, with plans nnd illustrations. This
the famous cases and the large II. .Shriei, Middlesborough, 111. chapter is worth the price o f the book.
estate ho hoped to leave his children writes, I have been troubled with T ells the practical way to m ake poultry
pay. Price 50o.
if the English courts did him justice. liver complaint, poor blood, and
<>ur paper is a 3 2 page Agricultural M aga
have foundnothing to benefit ine like
Mr. Kerr expectant will take a little
Herbine. I hope never to be with zine w ith Household. P ou ltry, H orticullure
time to establish his right to the out it. I have -wished that I had and Dairy Departm ents. S ubscription
Other heirs, hut not so di- known of it in my husband’s life
T o introduce our m on th ly into you r hom e
time.” ‘ 50c Sold 1»v R. S. Knowlton. wo will send the paper o n e year and A
reet live in Canada and the East.
P ractical Poultry M anual for 35 cen ts.
Kerr has lived in Nortbport
Stevens county, Washington, for 12
R-I-P-A .N -S Tubules
The Pacific Tree and Vine
years. He is a member of the firm
P a r k H o te l B ld g ., S a n J o s e , C a lif .
A good proscription
of Kerr, Stone & Graves, which con
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The 5-cent paoket ih enough for nanal oc-
“The safe and reliable tiwn-
John H. McBride mine.
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tains a «a p p ly for h year. All druggist«
9-year-old daughter until he receives sell them.
’ The New and Speedy..
information as to the whereabouts
of John McDonald,|whom he wishes
to find for the purpose of testifying
C. P. Jensen, Master.
in his behalf in winding up the
Will make regular trips between
Mr. Rear is a man of standing in
C o q u ille R iver and San
the community nnd his allegations
F ran c isc o .
are readily given credence bv his
at W a y Ports.
T h e fam ou s
W anted —Trustw orthy
Euerything neat and up-to-date in every
respect. Meals at all hours, day or night.
Rooms by the Day, Week or Month.
H alf its Former Cost
Myrtle Point Oregon.
T h e Ui'«l ('itu^li S3 rn|i.
R obesth A C arter ,
S. L. Apple, ex Probate Judge,
Ottawa Co., Kansas, writes:” This
is to say that I have used Ballard’s
Horehound Syrup for years, and
that I do not hesitate to recommend
it as the best cough syrup I have
ever used.” 25c, 50c and $1.00.
Sold by R. S. Knowlton.
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