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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1905)
pers, various mercantile establish-
lishmects, a hospital, and an ele
gant school building, electric lights
and the various professious are well
EDirOR AND PROPRIETOR
D- F- DEAN,
County Official Paper.
O u r D o lla r N ai’o«l K r p r r a e n l « T e u
D o lla r * K.aruvtl.
The average man does not save
to exceed ten per cent of bis earn
ings. He must spend hine dollars
in living expenses for every dollar
That being the case he
cannot be too careful about unnec
Very often a few cents
properly invested, like buying seeds
for his garden, will save several
dollars outlay later on. I t is the
same in buying Chamberlain’s
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy. I t costs but a few cents and
a bottle o f it in the house often
saves a doctor’s bill o f several dol
lars. For sale by R 8 Kdowlton.
On Coos bay, claims the distinction
PUBLISH ED EVEKY WEDNESDAY.
of being the largest and chief com
mercial town of Coos county. Its
Devoted to the material and social up
building o f the Goqaille Valley particularly population humbers about 2500
and o f Coos County generally.
people. It has three weekly news
Subscription, peryear.in advance, ? l . r«0
papers and one daily. Local and
long distance telephone and West
ern Union telegraph office, electric
C h r is t ia n C hurch . — Pleaching every light system, two banks, a volunteer
Sunday at 11 a. 10 . and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Christian Endeavor at fire department, car shops
6:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting every Wednes
day evening at 7:30. All cordially invited. roundhouse of the C. B., R. & E. Dairy
Farm for Sale.
Episcopal Churoh,—Episcopal services R. R. & N. Co., ship yards, iron
▼ill be held at St. James churoh, Coquille
A fine dairy farm containing 70
foundry, cold storage plant, large
City the third Sunday in each month.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. each Sunday.
Wm, Horsefall, Pastor. saw mills, brewery, coal bunkers, acres of bottom land 23 acres of hill
M . E.Churoh, South: Preaching each for the shipment of the coal prod land, and adjoining the town of
and every Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
m. Sunday-school every Sunday at 10 uct by sea going vessels, has a fine Myrtle Point, Coos county, Orogon,
o'clock. Senior Epwortli League at 6:30, p.
m. Junior League at 3:30,p. ra. Prayermeet- school building, which is the home and J mile from creamery. Forty-
ing Thursday evening at 7:30.
o f an excellent graded and high five acres of bottom land improved
H. M. Branham, pastor.
Methodist Episcopal church.—Service school, wholesale houses and vari and in good state of cultivatiion; 5
the first and tnird Sunday in each month
Preaching at 11 o’ clock a. m. and 7:30 p. ra. ous mercantile establishments, a acres slashed, burned and newly
Sunday school at 10 o’clock a. m.
good representation of professional seeded; hill land is all good for pas
vorth League at 6:30 p. m.
J. L. B kattt , Pastor.
men, is at the head of navigation on ture; 3 acres of orchard in good
The W. C. T. U. meets every 1st and 3rd
Friday at 2 p. m. at the Christian church. the bay for ocean going traffic, and eari bngcondition and different var
S hventh D ay A dventist C hubch —Sab is a general distributing point for ieties o f fruit.
House, barn and
bath (seventh day) services; Sabbath
W hile we have a
johool 10 a. in., Bible study 11 a. m., the rich farming districts, loggin g other buildings.
prayer meeting Tuesday evening 8 p.m.,
young people’ s meeting Friday, 8 p. m. camps and mines on the different number of other dairy farms for
All are invited to attend these meetings.
branches of the Coos river and the sale, yet this is one of the best bar
O. H. BUNCH.
bay, and is an all round up to date gains, as the location is all that
could be desired, being near town,
modern western city.
and creamery. This is cer
C o o s C o u n ty , O re g o n .
other towns, smaller and o f not so tainly a bargain for some progres
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much importance, such as Bullards, sive dairyman. Price $7,500.
R o b e s t s & C arter ,
county and is surrounded by many Prosper, Aberdeen, Randolph, Par
Myrtle Point Oregon.
thousands of acres of fertilo dairy kersburg, Lampa Creek, Arago,
and fruit lands, of whioh tho great Norway and Bridge, on the Coquille,
W a n t e d — T ru s tw o rth y man or
er part is still unimproved.
with their coal mines at the latter,
woman to manage business in this
Myrtle Point, on the same river is together with the saw mills and
county and adjoining territory for
about 10 miles above Coquille, at dairy ranches and creameries, form
well established house of solid
the head of navigation for steamers their principal source of revenue.
financial standing. $20.00 straight
on the river, is a hustling little On the bay side are Libby and
cash salary with all necessary ex
town of about 1100 inhabitants, Beaver Hill, the two largest coal penses paid weekly by check from
towards which the fertilo lands of mining town in the county, with headquarters. Money advanced for
the North, South, East and Middle Coquille next.
forks o f the river converge and
Alleganey, at the forks of North previous experience not essential.
No investment required. W e furn
make this town a distributing point Coos river is a busy country trading
ished everything. Fnclose self ad
for these wealthy farming districts. point and post office, and Sumner, dressed envelope. Address, Mana
I t is also the headquarters and dis at the head of Catching slough and ger, 810 Como Block, Chicago, 111.
tributing point for the rich gold on the Coos bay wagon road, is a 12t-10
ruining districts of the South Fork, beautiful little country village.
the combined payroll and output of
HOW TO R EACH COOS C O U N TY.
which amounts to many thousand
This section may be reached by
Notice is hereby given that the part
dollars each month. The city owns any of the many steamers that are nersliip heretofore existing between
its own water system, which is new, regularly p ly iD g between Portland Stephen L. Minimi and B. Folsom, do
ing business under the firm name of
and is also lighted by electricity, or San Francisco to Coos bay and
Minard & Folsom has been disolved. All
its main street well paved with rock, the Coquille river. There are also bills, notes and accounts due or to be
is very beautifully located and is three stage lines; one from Drain to come due said partnership are hereby
one of the most busy trading points Coos bay, from Roseburg to Coos made payable to said B. Folsom; and all
in the county.
bay and from Roseburg to Coquille. obligations of said partnership mention
ed in the agreement of dissolution are
On Coos Bay are Empire City,
hereby assumed by said B. Folsom.
F or S a l e . — One acre tract in nice
the oldest town in the county, for
Dated at Coos County, Oregon, this
merly the county seat, and a place location with house and barn; 100 24th day of April, A. D. 1905.
o f great historical interest to the young fruit trees.
pioneers of this section of the coun H erald office.
try; it has been for many years,
Parties wishing the best of pas
and is now the location of the U. S.
ture for stock will do well to inquire
De Laneys N ew Novel.
custom house for Coos county. It
of W . A. Goodman, Coquille, Or.
also has one of tho largest saw mill
Oregon Writer’s Best Effort.
ing plants on the coast, owned by
W an te d . — 10 men in each state to
tho Southern Oregon Company, but
A story of the great range war
travel, tack signs and distribute
which has been idle for several
into which is interwoven the
samples and circulars o f our goods.
years. This dreamy little town was
romantic opisodcs of acquiring
Salary $75.00 per month. $3.00 per
once a busy mart, but is now nota
timber lands and the advance
day for expenses. Kuhlman Co.
ble principally for its historical in
ment of irrigation.
Dept. Atlas Building, Chicago.
cidents which cling to tlio momory
duction will appear in tho Ore
of our pioneers. Yet there aro those
C rou p
gon Semi-Weekly Journal in
who still have great faith in Empire
Is a violent inflammation o f the
The Journal will
and assert that, owing to tho ad muesus membrane of the wind pipe
be clubbed with this paper, the
vantageous location, it will eventu which some times extends to the
two for $2.75.
ally become tho principal shipping larynx and bronchial tubes, and is
once and read this great story
point on the bay, as there is much
of life as told by Paul De Laney.
of children. It almost comes on in
SuboElbe noui an d g e t f in s t C h a p te r
deeper water there and a wider bay the night.
G ive frequent small
than farther up. Across tho bay doses of Ballard's Horehound Syrup
and farther down toward the bar is and apply Ballard’s Snow Linim ent
the L ife
Saving Station, and externally to the throat.
on tho beach sonth of tho mouth of and $1.00. Sold by It S Knowlton.
IN V E S T IG A T E
for the price paid at the
tho bay is Cape Arago light house.
P o u lt r y F a r m ,
City Meat Market
FRESH AND SALT MEATS.
Lard, Bacon. Hams, Sausage, Chickens, Vegetables,
Turkeys and Game in Season.
Phone, Main 43.
P. 0. Pox 224
D E A L E R IN
A wonderfully capable and accurate camera
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
Syrup, Tobacco, Cigars, etc. We carry a
full line of
built on the Kodak plan. Good enough to
satisfy experienced photographers, yet so
simple that children can use it.
A C H O IC E L I N E
P IC T U R E S 2'A x 3'A inches.
P I o u r a n d F e e d ..
Everything found in a first-class Grocery. Prices the lowest
consistent with good goods.
FRO N T ST.
C O Q U IL L E
Loads in daylight with film
Fitted with meniscus lens, and shutter
with iris diaphragm stops.
Coquille Board of Trade '
W . T. K
V . R. W
ilso n ,
F uti d escriptio n in K o d a k C a ta lo g F R E E
a t a n y p h o to g ra p h ic dealers or b y m ail.
E A S T M A N K O D AK CO.,
Rochester, N. Y.
E. D. S pe r r t , Vice-President.
L, H. H
O. C- S anfo rd , Cor. Secretary
Correspondence solicited from all wishing locations for
Industries o f any kind,
Fruit Paper Free
Every farmer raises some fruit. A ll could raise
more and better fruit and make more money from
it if they read a first-class fruit paper like
The National Fruit Grower
Published at St. Joseph, Mich.,' in the heart o f the famous
Michigan Fruit Belt. A large, beautifully printed Monthly,
ably edited, full of the latest and best methods o f cultivating,
handling and marketing large and small fruits.
\ I 7 D P T T 1 t l f i A to any farmer or fruit grower to
Y Y U K IH
« p t U l f have this paper for this next year.
T h e S p ra yin g Calendar is invaluable. W e will give
this paper absolu tely fr e e fo r one y e a r to any new or old
subscriber who pays arrearage and one year in advance.
Cut out this advertisement and send or bring it in at once.
This offer may be w ith d ra w n w ith ou t notice.
r.nUTI) limili li Rock
N o . 2 F o ld in g
duality as well as Quantity
I would respectfully announce to
the citizens of Coquille that I have
opened a shop on Front street, next
to tho bicycle store, for repairing
shoes. A ll work entrusted to me
will be promptly and neatly done
at reasonable prices. I also keep
leather and shoe findings for sale.
R. W. O sboune .
B. F E N T O N
P ro p
Sddle Horses of best quality always on hand. Good R igs in rendi
nes for special trips. In fact, a geeneral Stage nnd L ivery business.
Accommodations fo r Taveling men a specialty
Leave Coquille at (i a. m„ arriving at Roseburg at 10 p. ra. Fare $5.50.
and BOX FAC 10 RY
JOB W O R K
The Finest to be had in
Coos County at the lowest
J, R. Stillwell
200 Eggs a
This is the next town in order as
one comes into the bay from the sea
Year per Hen
afler passing Empire City. This is
a new town, but without doubt the
The second edition of a Pracical Poultry
Manual is now ready. Contains among
old adage about the new broom will
other things the famous Sampson Method
apply to this new town of almost
of Feeding, whioh is known to be one of
marvelous growth, and which, for
the best moans of making a profit from
poultry, Some o f the chapter headings are:
the age of it, is without a precedent
Brooder Chieks: Profitable Poultry Rais
on the Oregon coast for thrift, en
ing; Principle Difficulties; Remedies for
Notice is hereby given that the co
terprise and rapid growth and de
Roup; During the Moult; Economy in
Feeding: Poultry as a Business: Trap
velopment, and tho prophecy so partnership heretofore existing lietween
L. K. Teters and E. W. Gregg, and do
Nests, with plans and illustrations. This
commonly heard of late that the
ing business under the firm name of
chapter is worth the price of the book.
entire peninsula from Marshfield to Teters A Gregg, is This dav dissolved.
Will make regular trips lietween
Tells the practical way to make poultry
pay. Price .T0c.
‘■tar heel point” will be one great All lulls, notes, and accounts are pay
Our paper is a 32 page Agricultural Maga
city in the no great distant future able by E. W. Gregg.
zine with Household, Poultry, Horticullnro
F ra n cisco .
Dated at Coos county, Oregon, May
is within the rnngo o f possibilities,
and Dairy Departments.
L , E. T b t ir s .
No Stop-over at W a y Ports.
and from the recont rapid strides
being put forth by the people of
Electric Lights. Everything in First- To introduce our monthly into your home
we will send the paper one year and A
Ceos bay it seems a reasonable and
Practical Poultry Manual for 35 cents.
R. C. Lee, who has been in the
feasable probability that such will j
employ o f the W . R. Haines Music
The Pacific Tree and Vine
be the condition of affairs beforo;
Company the past few months, is
Pauk H otel B ld g*, S a n «Jose, C a lif.
no longer connected with the con
This pliee is only two years nnd a
Th is old reliable ami the
cern, and is not authorized to make
m oat surceuNfill Special-
few months old nnd claims a popu-1
1st In Han Franclaro,still
c o n tin u e s to cu re a ll
any collections or solicit for the
N p i n a l and M e m l n n l
lntion of 1500 j»eople, so the follow
l ) l « e s a p * 4 ‘ such aa
makes o f any piano or instruments
G n n orrh rra ,
U lr e l
ing figures will give a more def-
S lr lr t u r r , R y p h llla
carried by the W . R. Haines Music
In »U Its form s, S k i n
inntoidea of what foundation it has:
llla fK ift , V en o u s
p r o c u r e d a n d o e t e n d e d . v n .im n * u .l
D e b i l i t y , I m ito ie n
n \j<* rtswuxh und fr*-, r.-p. rL I
ey N e m In a l W e a k - *
Em ployed C apital
ou tpu t (S ign ed)
n fa a a m l L o a a o f K a n
W . R. H a i n e s .
Str. E liza b eth
F is h
The Whole Thing in an Egg Shell
Notice is hereby given that my wife,
Martha Brewer, has left her bed and
Imaril nnd refuses to return thereto, and
the public is hereby warned against
cockerels from $1 up
trusting her upon my credit, and that
and|eggs $1 per setting.
I will not he responsible for any obliga
tions she may rontract.
Dattxl at Coquille, Oregon, May 29, £ ) ^ T h e safe and reliable t i w n - . ^ J
I’ . If. B rkwsr .
M A N U F A C T U R E R S of Butter Boxes, Cubes, Apple and Fruit Boxes
Cabinets, Tables, Counters, Storo Fronts, etc.
Turning W ork a Specialty.
A ll Orders given
B ill Heads.
Up-to-date Work Delivered
with Neatness and
Simpson L am . flo......... um
S h in gle m ill
............ . »
hash and door factory
M achine Shop#
N orth Rend sh ipyard*» . e i
W oolen m ill*
Furniture factory ........ ISo
M ilk condenser y ......... . Jo
T o t a l s . . . . . .............. '•oí
Besides these it has tw o new apa
OneH horse power steam engine: one
800 gallon rheese vat; one curd sink;
cheese linope and press screws. All the
atmve are about as good as new, hut
will lie sold very cheap.
NOSI.F.R A LYONS,
h o o d , th® conseipicncs
o f s®If abnss and excesses
producing the follow in g sy m p to m s ; sallow coun
tenance, dark spots under the eyes, pain in the
hsad, ringing In the ears. lose o f con fid en ce,d iffi
dence In approaching strangers, palpitation o f the
heart, weak ness o f the lim bs and hack, loss o f mem
o ry, pimples on the face, coughs, consumption, etc.
D r . « * I K h o n has practiced in fcan Francisco IA
years and those troubled should n ot fall to consult
him and receive the ben efit o f his grent skill and
•xperlenee. T h e d o e to r cures when othersfall. T r y
him. « 4‘ w r e a ( n s r s n l e e S , Persons cured at
h o m e Chargee reaaonahle. ('a ll Or w rite. Ik r. J . F .
e i k k e n . S N K s s r s y S t . . N a s l 'r a B e l M - s . t a l
C. O. D R Y D E N ,
Frv«« arivi,V, how to obtain patenta, trrulo marks, I
A l L C O U N T R IE S .
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I N C O N N E C T IO N W I T H H E R A L D .
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