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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1905)
elected and appointed secretary c l
the hoard of health of Cooa eounty,
R. C. Lee, who has been in the
employ of the W. R. Haines Music
In re Officers’ Bills—
Compauy the past few months, is
fc F- DEAN,
1 The following bills for extra help no longer connected with the con- ■
in the various offices of Coos coun
County Official Paper. ty examined and approved by the ceru, and is not authorized to make
any collections or solicit for the
l ' l HI.ISH Kl ) K\ Kit Y WEDNES DA Y
court, and the county clerk ordered makes of any piano >r instruments
; to draw warrants on the county carried by the W. R. Haiues Music
D ev o te d t o th e material and social op
b alding of th e C oq u ille
ile Valley parttoularì
particularly I treasurer in payment of the same. Compauy
•ad of C ooh O oa n ty generally.
Ray Collier, for work in as
W . R . H a in e s .
oar.iu advanoe. fl.BO
S ubscription, per year
sessor’s office ...................$190 00
j J. S- Lawrence, for work as
F ob S ale . —One acre tract in nice
FRESH AND SALT MEATS.
deputy assessor ................ 201 00 location with house and barn; 100
C u b is t ia n
C i i u b c h . — Pleaching every
Lard, Bacon, Hams, Sausage, Chickens, Vegetables,
young fruit trees.
Sunday at 11 a. to. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
Hohool at 10 a. m. Chriatinu Endeavor at
iu sheriff’s office in April.. 65 00 H erald office.
Turkeys and Game in Season.
ii:30 p. ni.
Prayer meeting every Wednss-
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George W. Jackson, for ser
Jnv evening at 7:30. All cordially invited.
Episoopal Chnroli.—Episcopal services
vices as deputy assessor... 15 00 Dairy Farm
will be held at St. Janies church, Coquille
P. 0. Box 224
! In re salary of county school super
City the third Sunday in each month.
Sunday school at 10 a. tn. each sanday.
Win. Horsefall, Pastor.
II. E.Church, South: Preaching each
office and bills allowed surveyor acres of bottom land 23 acres of hill
and every Sundays at 11 a. ra. and 7:30
m . Sunday-school every Sunday at ft
land, and adjosning the town of
for various work—
o ’clock. Senior Epworth League at 6:30, p.
Myrtle Point, Coos county, Oregon,
ra. Junior League at 3:30,p. m. Pruyermeet- W. H. Bunch, for salary as
ing Thursday evening at 7:30.
J mile from creamery. Forty-
H . M. Branham, pastor.
quar, and June 30 ............. 225 00 five acres of bottom land improved
D E A L E R IN
the first and third Sunday in each month
A wonderfully capable and accurate camera
and in good state of cultivatiion; 5
Preaching at 11 o’clock a. m. and 7:30 p. ra. W. H. Bunch, for freight, ex-
Sunday school at 10 o’ olock a. m .
built on the Kodak plan. Good enough to
wortb League at 6:30 p. ra.
J . L. B ica tt y , Pastor.
seeded; hill land is all good for pas-'
C, S. McC ¡loch, for copying
satisfy experienced photographers, yet so
A C H O IC E L I N E O F
The W . C. T. U. meets every 1st and 3rd j
field noteB, 20 townships...100 00 lure; 3 acres of orchard in good I
Friday at ‘J e. in. at the Christian ohnroh.
simple that children can use it.
eari bngcondition and different var
S eventh D ay A dvbntist C iiubch —Sab C. S. McCulloch, establishing
bath (seventh day) services; Sabbath
«hool 10 a. m.. Bible study 11 a. m .,
prayer meeting Tuesday evening 8 p.m ., C. S. McCulloch, surveying,
other buildings. While wo have a
foung people’s meeting Friday, 8 p. m.
number of other dairy farms for
are invited to attend these meetings.
drawing plans for bridge,
C. H . BUNCH.
sale, yet this is one of the best bar
mileage, etc........................... 78 GO
gains, as the location is all that
In re County Judge and Officers’
could be desired, being near town, Everything found in a first-class Grocery,
Prices the lowest
Per school and creamery. This is cer - 1
(Concluded from Page One)
consistent uj/th good goods.
Diem, Mileage, etc.
tainly a bargain for some progres
Coquille River Electric Co.,
Ordered that the following sala sive dairyman. Price $7,500.
R obests & C arter ,
for electric lights April,
ries due the county officers and the
May and June, 1 shade... 27 00 per diem and mileage of the county
Fitted with meniscus lens, and shutter
E. A. Anderson, for team hire
commissioners he paid:
W a n t e d —T rustw orthy man or 1
for conveying A. Markie-
iris diaphragm stops.
James Watson, salary as clerk
woman to manage business in this
vitch...................................... 5 00
for month ending July 6,
f u l l d e s c rip tio n In K o d a k C a ta lo g F R E E
county and adjoining territory for
Stephen Oallier, for board of
a t a n y p h o to g r a p h ic d e a le r s o r b y m all.
well established house of solid j
prisoners............................. 121 00 J. B. Dulley, salary as treas
Stephen Gather, for care,
EASTM AN KODAK CO.,
urer for month ending Ju
cash salary with all necessary ex
board and guarding A.
ly 10,1905 ........................... 66 67
Rochester, N. Y.
penses paid weekly by check from
W. T. K err , President.
E. D. S perry , Vice-President.
Markievitcb ....................... 13 75 . |
Stephen Oallier, salary as
headquarters. Money advanced for
V. R. W ilson , Secretary.
O. C- S anford , Cor, Secretary
E. L. C. Farrin, for mileage
sheriff for the month end-
tele, etc., in re dep. dist.
July 12, 1905....................... 166 67 previous experience not essential.
L, H. H azard , Treasurer.
No investment required. We furn- \
attorney................................$40 3 0 1 E, M. Qallier, salary as dep
E. Mingus, for quarantining,
uty sheriff for month end
dressed envelope. Address, Mana
fumigating, etc.................... 22 40 j ing July 12, 1905............... 75 00
ger, 810 Como Block, Chicago, 111.
YV. H. Mansell, for hauling
Robert R. Watson, salary as
Correspondence solicited from all wishing locations for
freight and teams for grand
deputy clerk for month
Industries of any kind,
jury ..................................... 0 00
ending July 16,1905.......... 75 00
3 . F E a iT O W
L. H. Hazard, for premium
L. Harlocker, salary as ooun-
Notice is hereby given that th<* part
ou insurance policy.......... 35 00
sy judge, quar. ending June
nerehip heretofore existing between
in rcid i
Henry SangstackeD, for pre
30, 1905................................ 250 00 Stephen L. Minnrd and B. Folsom , d o- '
I d fact, a
ing business under the firm nam e of \
ties for special trips. In
a get neral Stage and Livery businet
mium on insurance policy.. 70 00 E. A. Anderson, per diem,
Minard & Folsom has been disolved. All
Accommodations for Tuveliug n en a 1 1 et ialty
J. W. Briggs, 5 tiers of wood
mileage, etc., as county
bills, notes and accounts due or to be
I Leave Coquille at 6 a. m., arriving nt Roseburg at 10 p. in. I-nre $5 50.
for court house................... 5 00
Every farmer raises some fruit. AH could raise
commissioner................ .. .. 71 00 com e due said partnership are hereby
more and better fruit and make more money from
C. M. Skeels, for baud brush
Spires, per diem,
made payable to said B. F olsom ; and all
it if they read a first-class fruit paper like
obligations of said partnership m ention
and fire brush..................... 5 50
mileage, etc., as county
R. S. Knowlton, for station
commissioner...................... 66 40
hereby assumed by said B. Folsom .
ery, chemicals, etc.............. 29 25
No further busiuess appearing
Dated at Coos County, Oregon, this
E . A. Anderson, for stabling
court adjourned for the term.
Published at St. Joseph, Mich., in the heart of the famous
24th day of April, A . D . 1905.
Michigan Fruit Belt. A large, beautifully printed Monthly,
and team hire in Oldlands
B. F O LS O M .
ably edited, full of the latest and best methods of cultivating,
ca se ..................................... 2 00
handling and marketing large and small fruits.
H J A T I T l l ( t n n to any farmer or fruit grower to
Hotel Coquille, meals, Wm.
E. A. ANDERSON,
v Y U K A o l « p l l F U have this paper for this next year.
Panter, Sam Johnson and
T he S p ra yin g C alendar is invaluable. W e will give
jurors................................... 4 75
this paper ab solu tely fre e for one year to any new or old
L LO Y D SPIRES,
De Laney's N ew Novel.
J - G~ S ^sh
subscriber who pays arrearage and one year in advance.
J. A. Lamb, for white lead,
Cut out this advertisement and send or bring it in at once.
MANUFACTURERS of Butter Boxes, Cubes, Apple and Fruit Boxes
This offer may be withdrawn without notice.
Oregon Writer’s Best Effort,
linseed oil, hose bibb, etc.. 34 25 State of Oregon
Cabinets, Tables, Countors, Store Fronts, etc.
Irma L. Yoakam, for emam.
County of Coos j
Turning Work a Specialty.
All Orders given
final eighth grade manu
I, James Watson, county clerk,
into which is interwoven the
scripts ................................... 6 00 ex-officio clerk of the county court
romantic episodes of acquiring
Minnie E. McCloskey, for ex
for Coos county, in the state of Or
timber lands and the advance
am. final eighth grade
egon, hereby certify that the fore
ment of irrigation.
manuscripts ......................... G 00 going is a true and correct synop
F. S. Bunch, for exam, final
sis of the proceedings of the county
I would respectfully announce to
gon Semi-Weekly Journal in
eighth grade manuscripts.. G 00 court, iu regular session at the July
the citizens of Coquille that I have
The Journal will
Mrs. Phoebe Whetstone, for
1905, term thereof, and a synopsis
| opened a shop on Front street, next
be clubbed with this paper, the
washing for the courthouse
of tho wb.de of such proceedings of
| to the bicycle store, for repairing
two for $2.75.
and prisoners....................... G 00 said court.
' shoes. All work entrusted to me
once and read this great story
Coquille water at court house
In testimony whereof I have here
will be promptly and neatly done
of life as told by Paul Do Laney.
for May, June and July.... 9 00 unto set my hand and affixed the S u b c r i b « n o u i a n d g « t f i r s t C h a p t t r at reasonable prices. I also keep
E. A. Anderson, for expenses
seal of the eounty court of the
i leather and shoe findings for sale.
to Portland, Ore., for ma
county of Coos, state of Oregon,
R. W. O sbodne ,
chinery for county.............. 40 75 this 15th day of July, A. D. 1905.
P. E. Drane, for 1 case of
The Finest to be had in
The W h ole Thing in an Egg Shell
Elaine oil............................... 3 50
M. O. Hooten, for repairing
H ow to Get
Coos County at the lowest
Parties wishing the best of pas
steps to courthouse.......... 2 00
2 0 0 Eggs a
ture for stock will do well to inquire
C. M. Skeels, for one case of
of W . A. Goodman, Coquille, Or.
Elaine coal oil, matches
Year per Hen
and soap............................... 3 85
Thoughbred cockerels from $1 up
W a n t e d . — 10 men in each state to
The second edition of a Pracical Poultry
John Bear, for witness in re
and|eggs $1 per setting.
Manual is now ready. Contains among
A. Markievitcb, insane...... 5 80 , travel, tack signs and distribute
other things the famous Sampson Method
samples and circulars of our goods.
Chas. Magary, for witness in
"T h e sate and reliable tiw n-
of Feeding, which is known to be one of
j the best means of making a profit from
B ill Heads.
re A. Markievitcb, insane 5 80 Salary $75.00 per month. $3.00 per
poultry. Some of the chapter headings are:
Dr. W. Culin, for examining
I V The New and S p e e d y ,.
; Brooder Chieks; Profitable Poultry Knis-
Dept. Atlas Building, Chicago.
A . Markievitch for insan
d u a lity as w ell as Q uantity
for the price paid at the
No. 2 Folding
City Meat Market
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
Syrup, Tobacco, Cigars, etc
full line of
F lo u r a n d
We carry a
P IC T U R E S 2'A x 3 * inches.
F eed .
L oads in daylight w ith film
Coquille Board of Trade
ilROSEBURG-MVhi l E POINT-
Fruit Paper Free
The National Fruit Grower
’ and B O X "FACTORY
JOB W O R K
Buff Plymouth Rock
J, R. Stillw ell,
| ing; Principle Difficulties: Remedies for
Roup; During the Moult; Economy in
Str. E liz a b e t h
ity ......................................... 5 00
Feeding: Poultry as a Business; Trap
In re Appointing a Health Officer
Nests, with plans and illustrations. This
C. P. Jenaen. M a ste r
Notice is hereby given that m y wife,
for Coos county—
chapter is wrrth the price of the book. |
Martha Brewer, has left her b e d and
W ill make regular trips lietween
Tells the practical way to make poultry
Now at this time this matter
board and refuses to return thereto, and
pay. Price fiOc.
coming on to be considered, and
the public is hereby warned a g a in s t
Our paper is a 32 page Agricultural Msgn-
Whereas, an act passed at the trusting her upon m y credit, a n d that
I zine with Honsehold. Poultry. Horticnllnrc
F ran cisco.
1905 session of tho legislature of the I will not be responsible for any obliga
and Dairy Departments.
N o S top-over at W a y Porta.
| price f l .00.
state of Oregon, and filed in the tions she m ay contract.
Dated at Coqnille, Oregon, M a y 29, Electric Lights. Everything in First- 1 To introduce our monthly into yonr home
office of the secretary of state, Feb
we will send the paper one year and A
F , H . B r iw x r .
ruary 21st, 1905, providing that the
Practical Ponltrv Manual for 35 cents.
county judge and couhty commis
D is s o lu tio n N o tic e .
Unfortunate. The Pacific Tree and Vine
sioners shall constitute the county
Notice is hereby given that the co
P a r k H otel B ld g ., San J o » . C a lif
board of health, and mnkes it the
partnership heretofore existing lietween
duty of said board to appoint some L . E . Teters and E . W . G regg, and do
T his o ld relia b le and the
m o st •ncceanfu] Special-
1st In San F ra n cisco,still
regularly licensed physician as sec ing business under th e Arm name of
c o n t in u e s to c u r e all
e m o a l and k r u t l n n l
retary of said hoard who shall be Teters A G regg, is this day dissolved.
D la p s s r a j
s u c h as
U n n o r r h ip s ,
O I p p I
the county health officer for said
ftlr lr tn r e , R y p h lllt
In all its form s, « k i n
able by E . W . Gregg.
n la c a a e a . k e r to n a
county; and this court after due
lle M llty , I n p o ir n
Dated at Coos county, Oregon, May
r j « r n a ln n l W e a k ,
consideration of the matter are of 22, 1905.
L . E . T st k r s .
n e a sa tb l l.w a a o f l l a n
h o o d , the consequen ce
the opinion that Walter Culin, M.
o f self a bu s« and excesses
prodticln » tha follow in g s y m p t o m s ; sallow conn-
D., is a suitable person to fill the
tena n re, dark sp ots under the ey es, pain in the
lo s s of
o f coni
co n fid e n ce . dUB-
One o horse power steam en gin e; one dene« in approaching Mranxen. peipi Itation o f the
position of health officer for Cooa
o f m em
fUkT irttllnn rhM>M vat' one curd sink * hrart, wrainm th9 llniba and bark,
----- -- >o» he, conwum p ilon , etc.
county, Oregon, an.l haa the qualifi.
£ i p 2 a 3 preseVrew.. All the
l— a c t lc c d in Han F rancisco 4 0
o a n a n d th o«« troubled fthould n o t full to con su lt
cation« required by «aid act.
above are about M good u new, but tm
a n d rec e iv e th e b en efit o f hie » re n t skill and
ex perien ce. T h e d o c t o r cures w hen oth e rs tell. T ry
It is therefore ordered that Wal-
^ nM r ^ c W p . ^ LYONS
hint. . C a r e e » n a r r a n t e n d . Perenne cu red at
|? k |
Up-to-date Work Delivered
with Neatness and
ter Culin, M. D., he and be i« hereby
V o mill#, Oregon
horn*, f 'h a iv e * reaeonehte. < nil o r w rite. D r . J . r.
Ml « S o n . « « # N e a r a * « I « a n r r a n d e r a * ak
W IT H HERALD.