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About Semi-weekly herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1904-1905 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1905)
For • W rab k U M IlH .
C entennial N o tes.
“ H it the Trail” at the Lewis aud
Clark Exposition opening in Port-
P U B L IS H E D E V E R Y TU E SD A Y
laud, Juuo 1
A N D F R ID A Y .
Sites have been selected for the
Philippine Village and the «Homer
D F. DEAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR
Davenport pbeasnut farm. These
will be located uear the Experimen
County Official Paper. tal Garedns and the Grand Es
Devoted to the Uniterm I m id s o c ia l u i
tmtldiupof theOoqoille Valley pnrticnisriv
ind o f Coo« OoontT nenerellv
•‘obsoriptior. per year, in advance. $2.60
No medicine can replace food
but Chamberlain’s Stomrcli and
L iver Tablets will help you to d i
gest your food. It is not the quan
tity of food taken that gives
strength untl vigor to the system,
hut the amount digested and as
weak digestion, don’t fail to give
these Tablets a trial
have been benefitted by their use.
They only cost ii quarter. For sale
bv R. 8. Knowllon.
W F. Waite,
Plaintiff, i I
Mary E W aite,
tS I.i.itX t
S ylp h
Dr. Carl I eters m Cape Times.
Afrieii in the end will bo a black
mati’a country. It is merely a min
ing country now, probably it will
remain a mining country, and, if we
go on attacking the blnrk man, in
the end he will be stronger than
we are. I lielieve the time is coming
when the laat white man will leave
these «bores, and that will be the
®nd of the white man in this eoun.
try; and then this will be again, ns
it was foi- ctnturirs, a Mark man’s
- * * ,—
F rlchtlM l Maim-rlns HcHcvral.
Buffering frightfully from the
virulent poisons o f undigested food.
JC. G- Grayson, o f Lula. Miss., took
I)r. K in g ’s New L ife P ills , “ w ith
the result,” he writes, "that I was
cured.” A ll stomach and bowel d is-
orders give way to tlieir tonic lax
alive pngierties. 25c ill
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il s o n ,
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C oquille River and San
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
This first publica
tion of this summons is on the 3rd day
» of March, 1 'MV nnd tlie -last will be on
A p ril 14, 1005
N o S to p o ve r at W a y P o rts
Dated thi ’ Tib ,1 tv of February. 1905.
K lecttic Light?. E very thing in First*
J. A. BUCH A N A N ,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
C U « t “ S t y Is.
D rane’s S to re,
Send for illustrated
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about our 27 styles
and sizes. Free.
W m . J. Marsh, Trustee
The second edition of a Prncicnl Poultry
Manual is now ready. Contains among
To W m , J. Marsh. Trustee, the above other things the famons SaratHon Method
of Feeding, which is known to be one of
named defendant :
tho best means of nmking a profit from
In the name o f the State of Oregon.
poultry. Some of the chapter headings are:
: Yo,‘ ,,re her* by required to appear and brooder Chirks; Profitable Poultry K«is-
answer the complaint of Plaintiff filed ing; Principle Difficnlties; Remedies for
against yon in «aid Court and C ani“ , on Koup; During the Mouli; Economy in I
or heforo the 14th day o f April, 1905, Feeding; Poultry as a Business: Trap !
heing the date prescribed by the Court Nests, with plans nnd illustrations. This
in the order for publication o f sunimor - chapter is werth the price of the book. •
for you to ap|iear and nnswer said com- Tells the practical way to make poultry
plaint, J if you fail to appearand an- pay. Price fiO©.
Onr paper is a 32 page Agricultural Maga
swe.t said complaint on or Intiere said
zine with Household, Poultry, Horticnllort
-late, for want thereof, the P lain tiff wall
ami Dairy Departments.
apply to the Court for the relief de mice $1.00.
manded in liia complaint, which is that
To introdnee onr monthly int i yonr homo 1
Plaintiff l-e dee reed to he the owner in we will send the paper one year nnd A
fee simple of the northeast
of section Practical Poultrv Manual for 35 cents.
21. in township 28 south of range 9 west
The Pacific Tree and Vine
o ' the W illam ette Meridian, in Coos
comity, Oregon, and that defendant has P a r k H o t e l B l d g . , S a n J o s e , C a l i f .
no estate, interest or claim, or any title
V hatever to said deserils-d premises,
JJflF* The safe and reliable tiwn
nnd that Plaintiff’ s title *>e declared good
and valid thereto.
This summons is published once a
N ew ami Speedy.^
week for at lea-t six successive weeks in
the Coqnille I I b r a io , a semi-weekly
newspaper published at C,«|iiille, Cooe
county, Oregon, hv order of Hon. J. W .
C . P. Jensen. M aster
Ham ilton, Judge of the Second Judicial
W ill make regular trip* between
•Harriet of Oregon, made mi the 27th day
’ o f February. ItkVi.
ta b le
D E A L E R IN
G o n o r r lm n ,
C it e e l
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In a ll its forms, S k i n
D l$ e n R e s , N e r v o u s
D e b i l i t y , I in p o t e n
c y S en t in n I W e n k .
n ea a n n d I . o v n o f .11 a n-
h o o d , the consequence
o f self abuse and excesses
producing th e follow in g s y m p to m s; sallow conn-
tenance, dark spots under the eyes, pain in the
head, ringing in the ears, loss o f confidence, diffi
dence In approaching strangers, palpitation o f the
heart, weakness o f the lim its and back, loss o f mein-
o ry , pimples on the face, coughs, consumption, etc.
D r . U l h h o n has practice«! in San Francisco 40
ears and those troubled should not fail to consult
im and re c e iv e the b en efit o f his great skill and
experience. T h e d octor cures when othersfail.
---- - -. T r - y
him. « ’ a r e a g n a r i i n t e e d . Persons cured at
hom e. Charges reasonable. Call or w r iV e ^ D r fj.
U l b b o n , f f 2 9 K e a r n y S I . A i i r » t 'r n i i c i K c o . t 'n l
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Our facilities enable
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Th is old Tollable and the
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ist In San Francisco,still
c o n tin u e s to cu re a ll
M e x u a l and S e m i n a l
Industries of nny kind.
The W hole T h in g in an Egg Shell
respect. Meals ut all hours, day or night.
Rooms by the Day, Week or Month.
G e n u i n e l y g o o d in
every detail. Film or
Plates as you choose.
Absolutely new models.
To the Unfortunate. S p e c i a l
™. C O U C H
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IN T H E C IR C U IT C O U R T OF T H E
Norfolk, April 11 -The Morgan
S TA TE OF O R E G O N , FOR COOS
liner Elcid arrived at Hampton
C O U NTY.
Roads this morning, towing the Joseph If. Smith,
President’s yacht Sylph, upon which
Tho F u tu re of A fr ic a
Plate H older
. FRANK W IL S O N , Prop.
au explosian had uccured at sea, in
which two men were fatally scalded.
Tho Syiph was returning to
from Florida when
she recently lmd aboard Mrs. R o o s e
velt and tho younger chi Idrcn, who
left the yacht aud returnod to
Washington by rail.
American J r ;
C A M E R A
The City Restaurant
and BOX FACTORY
E x p lo sio n
Goods Handled with Care and
T h e fam o u s
De L a n e y ’s N e w N o v e l
T o Mery E. W aite, the i>bovo named
In the name of the State o f Oregon, Oregon W riler’s
you are hereby notified that you are re
quired to ap|iear and answer the com
A story of the great range war
plaint filed against yon in the above
into which is interwoven tbe
entitled suit within six weeks from the
date of the first publication of this sum
romantic episodes of acquiring
mons, to -w it: w ithin six weeks from the
timber lands and the advance
10th day of March, 1005, the same l>e-
ment of irrigation.
ing the date of the first publication of
gon Semi-Weekly Journal in
And if yon fail to appear and answer
The Journal will
on or liefore the 21st day o f April, 1005,
ih>- same l**iny the hist day of Hie lim e
be clubbed with this paper, the
.,** order of publication,
P re s id e n t P la y s the C o w b o y.
two for $2.75.
the plait ff will take judgment against
once and read this great story
14 -Yesterday yon and will apply to the court for’ the
of life as told by Paul De Laney.
eveuing, ut Frederick,
President relief deni» 1 in his complaint, a suc
cinct Staten- t o f which is .is follows: S u b e p lb * n o u i a n d g a t fir s t C n s p ta i*
Roosevelt ut thè heaa c f 50 hörne
That the i. url ie ■ contract existing la -
mon .lnslied through tla st i'< cts o f tween pi
and defendant may he
the little t*'\vu, all s w in g in g their set aside and held for naught and that
plaintiff he restored to all the rights
hats and y e llin g lik e mad.
and priviligcs of a single person, nnd for
A fte r thunking the p eop le o f the
such other and further relief as the court
town fo r their con sidera tion in le t may deem equitable and just.
ting him alone to e n jo y h im self,
Service of this summons is made hv
tho President re tire d to a car, w h ere publication in pursuance of an order
he icluted bis e x p lo its with w o lv es made by J,. Harlocker, as County Judge
of Poos County, dated March 7, 1005,
to the n ew sp ap er men
lirecting that service thereof lie made
50c à $1.00
It was announced th is m orn in g by publication thereof in the S km i -
LOS ' ......................................
tbnt in Colorado the h eadqu arters W e k k l y H e r a i . i i , a newspaper nub-
o f Secretary Lneb and the oth e rs o f
TH RO AT nnd LUNO TROUB
Poos Counlv, once each week for a.
the party who do not hunt, w ill lie j
LES, or H O N E Y BACK.
neriod of six weeks.
Glen wood Springs
S TA N LE Y A BURNS,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Meets all Boats cunJ Trains.
H a lf its Former Cost
C O Q U ILLE , OREGON.
C K N E K A L D U A Y IN G .
The Experimental Gardens at
the Lewis and Clark Expositon have
D airy F a rm for Sale.
been abandoned, inasmuch as the
remarkable demand for exhibit space
A flue dairy farm containing 70
C’ hhimtian Cniuau. — 1’ienctiii ir everv necessitatt I tue utilizing of this
Hundnv at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. pi. Sunday
acres of bottom hind 23 acres of bill
«ihonl at 10 a. m .Cbrialiar Endeavor al truct for b .¡dings.
lai.d, and adjosning tbe town of
0:00 p. m.
I’rnver meeting every Wedn
A te»t lias been made of nil the
day evening at 7:30. All cordially invited.
M.'rtle Point, Coos county, Oregon,
Kpiacopnl Chnroh.—Epiacopnl service* effects at .... Lewis aud Clark Ex
an 1 | mile from creamery. Forty-
will be held at 8t. Jamea church, i ’oqaille position.
This proved exceedingly
d|tT the third Hundnv in each month.
fivo acres of bottom land improved
Snnday school at 10 a. m. eaoh eundav.
satisfactory and after a few minor
and in good state o f cultivation; 5
W m. Horsefnll, Pastor
details have beeu attended to the
acres slashed, burned and uewly
W. E. Chnroh. South: Preachimr each
and every Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p Exposition will be ready for public seeded; hill land is all good for pas
m . Snnday-sohool every Suodnv at. 10
o’rlock. Senior Epworth Leapne at 6:30. p. inspection.
ture; 3 acres of orchard in good
in. JnmorLeaanent 3:30,p. in. Prayermeet.
Reports from Wisconsin would eari bngcondition and different var
in j Thursday eveninp at 7:30.
H. At. Branham, pastor.
indicato that tbe legislative body ieties of fruit. House, barn and
Episcopal ohnrch.— Service of that state is making haste to re
other buildings. W hile we have a
the first and third Snnday in each month
Prearhinp at 11 o’clock a. m. and 7:30 p. in. consider its action iu killing the number of other dairy farms for
Sunday aohool at 10 o’olock a. m.
Lewis and Clark Exposition ap sale, yet this is one of the best bar
worth League at 6:30 p. m.
J. L. B kattt , Pastor.
propriation bill. An allotment of gains, as the location is nil that
P hksbttsbun O hobch .— Preaching eer-
vioea 2nd and 4th Hondaya. mominp ard $24,000 is now assured.
could be desired, being uear town,
evening. Hnndav School every Kundav at
and creamery. This is cer
10a. in. Chriatian Endeavor services everv
Hundnv at 6:30 n. m .M iss Winnie Hall, tbe Oregon state building at tbe
bargain for some progres
Ladies’ Aid and Missionary
Hocietv meets every two weeks on Thnrs- Lewis and Clark Exposition have sive dairyman.
days at 2 p. m. A cordial weloome is ex
R o b e s t s & C a r ter ,
tended to the pnblio to sttend all onr ser- been placed in position.
AixmrH H ib eih . t . Pastor
ing now presents a very imposing
Myrtle Point Oregon
The W. C. T. 0 . meets every 1st and 3rd
Work upon all the
Friday at 2 p. m. at the Christian chnroh. appearance.
W a n t e d — T ru s tw o rth y man or
H iv b b th D ax A dvbktist C hurch —Sab- other state structures is progress
nath : seventh dav) servicea: Sabbath ing with much rapidity.
woman to manage business in this
mhool 10 a. m.. Bible study 11 a. m..
prayer meeting Tuesday evening 8 p.m.,
Tbe great crowds which throng county and adjoining territory for
young people’s meeting Friday, 8 p. m.
Lewis and Clark Exposition well established house of solid
All sro invited to nttend these meetings.
C. H . BU N C H .
during tbe pre-exposition period financial standing. $20.00 straight
cash salary with all necessary ex
have necessitated more turnstiles,
penses paid weekly by check from
S tea m er NoteB.
which will be installed immediately.
headquarters. Money advauced for
Plans for the permanent entrances
Arrivals by Alliance Thursday,
have been prepared, and work on
previous experience not essential
April 1: Mrs L A Lee and 2 children,
them will be started shortly.
N o investment required. W e furn
Mrs J L Lee, Wm Reddick, J M
ished everything. Enclose seL ad
L A Lee, J M Nyc and wife, F D
dressed envelope. Address, Mann
Layton, F L Fischer, Frank Lee. A
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T H E C O U N T Y OF COOS.
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Adams, E E Bownn, Thos Taylor,
Ri v II T Murray, T F. Raster, E A
Anderson, F C Billups, Jas Fera,
Tbeo Barker, A A Hale, J P Barber,
Rev McCormac, Chns Nobb, Geo
Crow, Miss M Jobuson, Miss E
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wife und and dauhter, G I I Thur-
mnn, H Needham, II Snodgrass, H
Snudow, Miss Stephens, Mrs Lock-
wood and friend, \V S Turpin, E P
Anderson, R Francis, R'dit Caheu,
A B Dailey, 14 Fischer Company.
Claude F ox,
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