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About Semi-weekly herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1904-1905 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1905)
J. H. Ring, of Sardine creek,
while pro»peoting near his runch,
opened an Indian grave, and be
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY side the skeleton found a gray blan
ket, a U. S. Army coat with brass
buttons, 17 half dollar pieces of
0 F- DEAN. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR dates 1837 to 1847, three Mexican
dollars of date 1840, all looking
fresh and new on one side but dis
County Official Paper. colored on the other, a great quan
D evoted t o t b e m aterial and acciai op
hoildinp o f the C oquille Valley partrcnlarly tity of beads variegated in color and
end o f Oooa O onntv generally .
all sizes, so old-fashioned scalping
Sobaoription, p e r y e a r .in advanoc. f 2.00
kuife, and a large beaver trap with
a log chain wrapped around it. Mr.
Ring is now busy hunting for more
CnmiaTieN C ruboh . - - Pleaching every Indian graves.— News.
Monday at 11 a . in. and 7:30 p. m . Sunday
aohool at 10 a . m . Obriatian Endeavor at
0:30 p. m .
Prayer m eeting every Wedn^a-
day evening at 7:30. A ll cordially invited.
I u r r « >< lib l« ‘
Epiaoopat Obnroh.— Epiaoopal aervicea
» i l l be held at 8 t. Jam es church. fo q n ille
C ity tbe third 8 nndav in each month.
Snnday school at 10 a. m. each anndav.
W m . H orsefall, Paator.
M . E .C h u r c h . S o u th : Preaching each
and every Su ndays a t l l a. m . and 7:30 p.
m . Sunday-achool every
Sunday at 10
o’ clock . Senior Epworth Lengne at fhilO, p.
m. Junior League at 3:30,p. m. Prayermeet-
inir T h urad ay evening at. 7:30.
H . M . Branham , paator.
the drat and third Snnday in each month
Preaching at 11 o’ clock a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Snndav aohool at 10 o’ olock a . m .
wortb League at 6:30 p. m.
J . L . B isatty , Paator.
PaaaBTTr.BiAif C hpboh .—P reaching eer-
vioes 2nd and 4th Snndaya, raominp ard
evening, Snnday School every Snndav at
10 a . in. C h r ia t ia n Endeavoraervioeaevery
Sunday at 6:30 p. m .,M iaa W innie H all.
Lndiea’ Aid and Miaaionary
Society meota every two weeka on Thnra.
1 ’ n y a a t 2 p. m . A cordial weloome ia ev-
tended to the puhlio to attend all onr aer-
A d o l p h H a b b k l t , Paator
Th e W . C . T . C . meets every lat and 3rd
Kriday at 3 p. m . at the Obriatian church.
S b v b n t h D a i A d v e n t is t CmmcH—S a b
bath lacventh day) aervicea;
whool 10 a. m .. Bible study 11 a. m .,
prayer meeting Tuesday evening 8 p .n i.,
young people’ s meeting F rid ay, 8 p. m .
All are invited to attend these m eetings.
C. H . B O N C H .
E ast F ork Item s
Cold rains prevail, we fear great
damage to fruit.
Frank Harnish is moving up to
Pleasant Hill Laving rented the
Boggs ranch for one year.
C. 8. Bunch is putting in the riv
er a fine lot of logs.
The B. Folsom logging team
with Sam Appleton as driver is
hatvling logs for Gary (Swan
Itev. D. A Jackson is nn>'i:g
buck to Gravel F id
Mrs F. Smith of Gravel Ford 1»
quits sick ut thin writing with up
The people around Gravel Ford
who have been having a seige of
the la grippe are better, H. H. Fel
lows had a hard pull hut is around
Joe Knight is buying up year
lings for his range, cattle are pretty
low we hear of no buyers coming in
J. C- Slagle will do your black-
smithing at the Minard mill.
D. C. Krantz’s twin boys while
out at play got the axe and one cut
the others hand quite badly.
J. Howser is tending hook for
Gary Swan on East Fork.
The saw logs are about all ruu
out of the East fork.
The Gravel Ford creamery will
be run again by Robert Parish .
Some farming was done before
the last rains set in.
The warm weather has started the
grass fine and pastures are good fot
The latest trade one hundred
dollars for a span of colts nut in
Elk creek will soon support a
C ame .
R em ote Item s
W. P. Davis killed a fine large
panther one day last week.
The Remote school will soon
open with Miss Julia Braden as
Jas. Gurney and wife moved to
Mrs. H. S. Davis is visiting friends
L. B. Fetter has several head of
fine beef cattle ready for market.
More rain more real the fanners say.
And better crops of grain and hay.
Green grass on all Coos county’ s hills,
And rushing all her countless rills,
No other place where e’ er wc roam .
Ho fair aa the old Coos Comity home.
E o l ib s .
The Coos Bny News says "Potat
buyers who have visited the CV-
quille claim that the great bulk of
potatoes raised there are too larg.
to suit the San Francisco market.
They admit that the spuds are good
and sound, but they sav a medium
sized potato brings the best price in
the city market.”
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Dairy Farm for Sale.
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ture; 3 acres of orchard in good
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other buildings. While we have a
number of other dairy farms for
sale, yet this is one of tbe best bar.
gains, as the location is all that
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the name being the last day of the time
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the plaintiff will take judgment against
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relief demanded in his complaint, a suc
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That the marriage contract existing be
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set aside and held for naught and that
plaintiff he restored to all the rights
and priviligea of a single person, and for
such other and further relief as the court
may deem equitable and just.
Service of this summons is made by
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made by I.. Harlocker, as County Judge
of Coos County, dated March 7, 1905,
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