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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View This Issue
K Y KR Y TUESD AY
a F DEAN,
County Official Paper.
Devoted to the material and social up
building o f the Ooqnille Valley particularly
• ad o f Ooos County generally.
Subscription, per year, in advanoe. $2.00
C hristian C hurch . — Pleaching every
Sunday at 11 a. io. and 7:30 p. in. Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Christian Endeavor at
G:90 p. m.
Prayer meeting every Wednes
day evening at 7:30. All cordially invited.
Episoopal Church.—Episcopal services
will be held at St. James church, Coquille
City the third Sunday in each month.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. each sanday.
Woo. Horsefall, Pastor.
M . E .C hurch, South: Preaching each
and every Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7:30 d .
ra. Sunday-school every Sunday at 10
o ’clock. Senior Epworth League at 6:30, p.
m. -Junior League at 3:30,p. m. Prayermeet
ing Thursday evening at 7:30.
H. A . Branham, pastor.
Methodist Episoopal cbnrcb.—Servioe
the first and third Sunday in each month
Preaching at 11 o’ clock a. m. and 7-30 p. m .
Bnndav school at 10 o’olook a. r a .
worth League at 6:30 p. m.
J. L. B kattt , Pastor.
P hk ° bytfrian C hurch .—P reaching eer-
yices 2nd and 4th Snndnys, mornin" ard
ev nil»". Sunday School every Snnday at
pin. in. Christian Endeavor service« every
Sunday at 6:30 p. m.. Miss Winnie Hall,
President. Ladies’ Aid and Missionnrv
Hocietv meets every two weeks on Thurs
days at 2 p. m. A cordial weloorae is ex
tended to the pnblic to attend all onr ser-
A dolph H arerlt , Pastor
The W. C. T. U. meets every 1st and 3rd
Friday at 2 p. m. at the Christian ohnroh.
S ivw T n D ay A dventist C hurch —Sab
bath »seventh dav) services; Sabbath
school 10 a. m.. Bible study 11 a. ra.,
prayer meeting Tuesday evening 8p.ro.,
young people’s meeting Friday, 8 p. m.
\ il are invited to attend these meetings.
O. H. BUNCH.
Fred Mehl was up from Bandon
New lino of Summer shirt waists
just in at Mrs. Nosler’s.
Mrs. Chas. Hall was up from the
lower river on Wednesday.
A fine selection of ladies’ neck-
ware has just been recieved by Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Clinton, of
Gravel Ford, were in this city
Fun B ent . - -A pond dary ranch,
will carry 20 or 25 cows. Apply at
the IT kr AI.D office.
W anted . —A good team of driving
homes, weighing 1100 or 1200.
Apply at the H erald office.
Wm. Oddy, of Arago, was in
town Wednesday and Thursday
looking after business matters.
Anyone in need of the service of
of a first-class engineer ^fttnlionery
traction or marin/R-TVill do well to
— PTTl|ini >-Wtr4j^/l'lKRAr,I> office.
Miss Jennie Curren has joined
her parents nt. North Bend. She
has been attending school at St.
Helen's Hall, Portland, and is home
for her summer vacation.— Marsh
C. P. Rickman, one of the par
ties who have the Arago brick plant
leased, was in town Thursday and
informs us that the preliminary ar
rangements being made for a big
run this season.
F. S. Dow, the commission man,
was over from Mnrshfield Thursday.
He has received a large amount of
goods which are being stored in
his warehouse on Front street, and
many more will airive by the next
The Tacoma, Wash., Ledger, re
cently published an article about
seedless apples which started with
the assertion that “ a man named
Spencer iu England” has developed
a seedless apple.
Such is fame.
The propagator of the particular
seedless apple which has been re*
ceiving so much free advertising
may he "named Spencer in Eng
land,” but his place of residence
is in Colorado, U. S. A.
There is a good deal of talk of
starting fruit canneries in Oregon
at the present time. In order that
a cannery may be succesaful it is
essential first that there be an
abundant supply of good fruit at
low pricse and in considerable var
iety, including in Oregon Bartlett
pears, Royal Ann cherries and
small fruits. It is equally essential
that there be plenty of cheap help.
Without these essentials the best
management will not make a suc
cess of the cannery business.
The rabbits which have done
an almost inconceivadle amount of
damage in Austialia were intro
duced (here in order that “ Sports
men’’ might have the fun of hunting
them. It appears that the common
red fox was brought to Oregon and
turned loose for a like purpose. A
Corvallis newspaper reports that
two pairs of these foxes were turned
loose in the northern part of Ben
ton county some time ago.
tunately two, and probably three,
of these foxes are already dead
The coyote Joes enough damage in
Oregon and the addition of the fox
to our list of predaceous animals
might well be termed an net of crim
inal disregard of the public welfare.
T r r r in e Hat « U l i i i Itratk.
Senator Elkins has invited about
was fast approaching,’
Blood poison creeps up towards fifty railway managers to testify as
the heart, causing death. J. E. to how- they can liest he restrained writes Ralph F. Fernandez, of
Tampa, Fla., describing his fearful
Ste mis. Belle Plalne, Minn., writes by federal legislation
race with death, “ us a result of liver
that a friend dreadfully injured his
GKNBliAL DR AYING.
As numerous Beef Trust employes
hand, which swelled up like blood are spending the season abroad the trouble nnd heart disease, which
poisoning. Bucklen’s Arnica Salve beef eaters in a hundred towns will bad robbed me of sleep and of all
drew out the poison, healed the surely have t > pay their expenses. interest in life. I had tried mauy
different doctors and several medi Meets all Boats and Trains.
Goods Handled with Care and
wound, and saved his life. Best iu
It is characteristic of the Japanese
cines, but got no benefit, until I be
the world for burns and sores. 25c
that they are leaving the advance
gan to use Electric Bitters. Ho
at R. 8. Knowlton’s drug store.
stories of the frightful carnage to
orders at T. J. Little's Livery
ta b le
wonderful was their effect, that iu ,
come to the meeting of Togo and
Dairy Farm for Sale* Rejestvensky to the Russians.
and today I am cured of all uiy
The National Base Rail League troubles.” Guaranteed at R. S.
A fine daily’ farm containing 70
acres of bottom land 23 acres of bill has opened its season uud the small Knowltons’s drug store; price 50c.
land, and adjosoing the town of boy and the pool clerk will ci.uti.i- It. 8. Knowlton.
Myrtle Point, Coos county, Oregon, ue tnlose mothers-in-law amt grand
Don’t forget I am still agent for the
and | mile from creamery. Forty- mothers with great r- grill itiry fto.it
old reliable De Laval Separator. If
five acres of bottom land improved now ou.
' you want a separator I cau sell you
and in good state of cultivatiion; 5
one on any terms you desire; money is Newly established.
Everything neat and up-to-date in every
no object, so it is up to you, Mr. Dairy
acres slashed, burned and newly
One6 horse power steum engine; one man.
respect. Meals at all hours, day or night.
seeded; hill land is all good for pas 600 gallon cheese vat; one cu.-il sink;
ture; 3 acres of orchard in good cheese hoops and press screws. All the
Rooms by the Day, Week or Month.
above are about as good us new, but
Mrs. l’errott will receive a nice lot of
eari bngcondition and different var will be sold very cheap.
ladies’ and children’s lints next week. FRONT STREET,
NOST.EK A LYON'S,
ieties of fruit. House, barn and
At reasonable prices.
other buildings. While we have a ______________________C'uqnihe, Oregon.
number of other dairy farms for
sale, yet this is one of the best bar.
gaios, ns the location is nil that
could be desired, being near town,
D E A L E R IN
school and creamery. This is cer
Every farmer raises some fruit. All could raise
tainly a bargain for some progres
more and better fruit and make more money from
it if they read a first-class fruit paper like
sive dairyman. Price #7,500.
A ( 'K t f l B g
U r a lk .
Claude F ox,
FRANK WILSON, Prop.
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C arter ,
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sen aged 52 years. Mrs. Jorgensen For sale by R. 8. Knowlton.
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dinuer went out to the garden alone
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with one side paralyzed. She was bv R. 8, Knowlton.
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was a hard working, home-loving cash salary with all necessary ex
woman, and bad a large family now penses paid weekly by check from
about grown, who, with her husband headquarters. Money advanced for
now mourn her sudden death.— Port expenses.
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Y e a r per H en
P a r k H otel B ld g .,
Coquille Board of Trade
Str. E liza b eth
Prices the /owest
consistent with good goods.
S p e c ia l O ffe r s
i Syrup, Tobacco, Cigars, etc. We carry a
full line ot‘
and BOX FACTORY
j- a- F?sh
A C H O IC E L IN E O F
Mrs. J. D. Clinton, of Amgo, went
to the hay Thursday to catch the
whore she goes to visit her father,
W. W. Rickman. She was accom Defaulter Smith is Captured.
§ J & The safe and reliable tiwn-,
panied this far by her husband and
brothers, the Ricknmn hoys, of
The New and Speedy, jg C t
the defaulting tax collector of San
Francisco, is held hero awaiting the
Foil S ale —One United Statos
arrival of the officers to take him
Turbine Seperalor, capacity about
C. P. Jensen, Master.
1000 pounds; in good order, as good
He makes no denial of the short
as new. Owner perfectly satisfied
Will make regular trip« between
age, but says tlist it will not ex
hut it is not largo enough for his
ceed $56,000. He declares that no C o q u ille R iv e r and S a n
business. For full particulars go to
other person was involved in his
F r a n c is c o .
T. H. Mehl A Co’s, hardware store.
No Stop-over at W ay Ports.
It. W. Beymer, lately from Iowa,
W h r NnltVr fr o m lllirm n a tlftM a ?
Klsskfic Lights. Everything in First-
has bought into the large milling
business of Alfred Johnson, a short
distance above town and will be when one application of Chamber
come a permanent Coquiller.
He lain’s Pain Balm will relieve the
Went to the bay Thursday to take | pain? The quick relief which this
the Alliance for Portland where lie liniment affords makes rest and
Da Laney’s New Novel.
will meet Ins father and family who sleep possible, and thnt alone is
will join him anil make their homo
in the future with us.
We offer who have used it hoping only for a Oregon Writer’s Best Effort.
these good people a hearty welcome short relief from suffering have been
happily surprised to find thnt after
A story of the great range war
awhile the relief became permanent.
into which is interwoven the
L. A. i,ee, who lntejy arrived;
Mrs. V. II. Legectt of Yum Yum,
romantic episodes of acquiring
with his wife from Eureka, Cali
Tenmssce, U S. A., writes. “ Ia m
timber lands and the advance
fornia, started on Thursday for the
a great sufferer from rheumatism,
ment of irrigation.
interior of Alaska.
Ho expects to
nil over from head to foot, and
duction will appear in the Ore
engage in mining nt a point known
Chamberlain’s Pain Balm is the
gon Serai-Weekly Journal in
Wo wish Mr. Lee
only thing that will relieve the
The Journal will
unbounded success Mrs. Lee re
pain.” Forsnlehv R. S. Knnwlton.
he clubbed with this paper, the
mained nt Riverton where she will
FOR SAKE.— At a bargain, tha Co-
two for $2.75.
he with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
once and read tbie great story
Jos. Ferry, snd also those of her qiiille Furniture and Box Factory- A
good paving business. For terms and
of life as told by Paul De Laney.
husband, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lee, of information write or apply to J, G. Fish,
S u b . r i b . n o ta a n d g e t t ie s » C h a p t . ,
j Coquille, Oregon.
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Telephone. Main 238.
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Sddle Horses of best quality always on haud. Good Rigs in readi
Thoughbred cockerels from $1 up nes for special trips. In fact, a geenersl Stage snd Livery business.
Accommodations for Taveling n en a specialty
and eggs $1 per setting.