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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1905)
F a i l at T r a g i c M v a a i a f .
Dying Girl Sings Her Own Rec-
Abide with me, fast falls the eventide,
D F- DEAN,
The darkness deepens, Lord me abide,
When other helpers fail comforts and
C o u n ty Official Paner.
F l'llL IS H E D EVERY WKDNE8DVY.
Helpof the helpless, oh ! abide with me
Chicago, Sep. 26.— (Special.
D evoted to the material and social'iip- I
l«at word* of the old hymn
l> Hiding o f the Coquille Valley particularly were uttered in at whisper, the sur-
•»'id o f Coo* County generally.
, . ,
Subscription, p eryear.in advanoe, $1.1)0 j geon-m-chif leaned over the opérât*
iug table, looked at the closing eyes
of the butiful girl, pressed his ear
to her htuit and announced that
C h b ih t ia n
C h u b c h . - - Pleaching every
Kanday at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday . she was dead.
wcLool at 10 a. m. Christian Endeavor at
Miss Clara Butler, daugthr of a
P*av<*r meeting every Wednai-
dav evening at 7:30. A ll cordially invited, prominent Morgan
City the third Snnday in eaoh month.
Church there, thus passed away on
Sunday school at 10 a. m. each Sunday.
Wm. Horaefall, Pastor. the operating table at the hospital
I I . E. Church, 8outh: Preaching eaoh
and every Sundays at 11 a. m, and 7:30 p. in Blue Island today. After she bed
every Sunday at 10 been cruelly mangled by a Chicago,
o 'clo ck . Senior Epwortb League at 0:30,
ra. Junior League at 3:30,p. m Prayermeet- Rock Island A Pacific train.
log Thursday evening at 7:80.
attempt to alight after the train had
H. M. Kranham, pastor.
Methodist Episcopal chnrcb.—Servioe started, her dress caught in the
the first and third Snnday in each month
Preaching at 11 o'clock a. rn. and 7:30 p. m. ironwork of the platform and she
Snnday school at )0 o ’clock a. m.
was thrown under the wheels. She
worth Leagne at 0:30 p . m.
W. R. F. B r o w n e , Baator.
was hurried to the hospital in the
The W. C. T. C. meets every 1st and 3rd
Friday at 3 p. m. at the Christian ohurch. faint hope of saving her life by an
S iv s k t u D at A d v k n t ist C utj ar-H— Sab- operation, but it was a vain hope.
oath I seventh day) eervicee; Sabbath
wbool 10 a. m.. Bible strdy 11 a. m ., Her younger sister, who witneued
prayer meeting Tuesday evening 8 p.m .,
young people’ s meeting Friday, 8 p. m. the accident, is prostrated and may
Ail are invited to attend theee meetings.
C. H. BUNCH.
Although she knew death was in
the room and fast closing down the
J. K. Scott was a passenger down span of her life, Miss Butler was
the river on Friday.
cheerful to the end,
'Tell them I am not afraid to die.”
E. J. Price, the sawmill man, was
she whispered to her pastor, as a
up from Riverton on Thursday.
Thomas Ashton was among Co- message to be taken to her mourn
quille’s business visitors on Friday. ing relatives in au adjoining room.
Then her voice rang pure and clear
Anyone wishing a fine lot of
huckleberries may leave orders at as a bell with her favorite hymn.
Over and over again, until the song
Bert McDuffee, the Bear creek died away to a whisper, she repeated
farmer, had business in town the words, while surgeons and nur
ses turned to the windows and wait
ed for the end.
W ' D. Roberts, of Riverton, was
In an adjoining room grief was
up to town on Friday transacting
tugging at the heartstrings of her
parents and sister; outside, all was
Chas. Levine, section foreman,
life and sunshine and action, while
was up from the junction on
on the white iron table the beautiful
singer chanted her own requiem and
B oas.--A t Riverton, October 16, passed beyond with a smile on her
1905, to Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Foster, face and a song in ber heart, des
pite the fearful agony inflicted by the
Anyone wishing to lease a good car wheels. At her request, a brief
farm will do will to call at the service for the dead was held by ber
H kbald office.
pastor immediately after her death,
Jud Mill, the machinist and en while she still lay on the operating
gineer, was up from Parkersburg table.
This is the second tragedy in the
•T. F. Chaney and C. T. Cassna, of family within a year, a brother hav
Riverton, returned from Marshfield ing drowned in Ter as.—E r
llu w s o C u r e C o r u a a u d B u u ie w a .
are these lines from J. H. Sim
mons. of Casey, la. Think what
might have resulted from his terri
ble cough if he had not taken tho
medicine about which he writes:
“ I had a fearful cough, that dis
turbed my night’s rest. I tried
everything, but nothing would re
lieve it, until I took Dr. King’s New
Di-covery for Consumstion, and
C ughs, which completely cured
me.” Instantly relieves and per
manently cures all throat and lung
diseases; prevents grip and pneu
monia. At R. S. Knowlton’s drug-
ist; guaranteed; 50c and 11.00.
’rial bottle free.
First, soak the corn or bunion in ] Notice is hereby given that the under
in warm water to soften it; then . signed did on the 6th day of Octolier,
1905, file in the County Court for Coos
pare it down as closely us possible county, Oregon, his final account in the
without drawing blood and apply I Matter of the Estate of Murphy Dean,
Chamberlain’s Pain Balm twice deceased, and that said court lias set
daily, rubbing vigorously for five Thursday the 9th day of November,
1905, as the day for hearing objections
minutes at each application. A
to said final account and the settlement
corn plaster should he worn a few of said estate.
days to protect it from the shoe.
Dated this 5th day of October, 1906,
As a general liniment for springs,
ROBERT S. TY RRELL,
bruises, lameness and rheumatism,
Administrator of the
Prin Balm is unequaled. For sale
Estate of Murphy
by R. S- Knowlton.
It makes no difference bow long
W a s t e d .— 10 m en in e a c h state to
you have been sick, if yon
i ' i
" 3 ou ere I travel, tack signs and distribute
troubled with indigestion, constipa.,
. . .
lion, liver and kidney Ironl.les,
“ lld ctrculers of our goods.
Hollister - Rocky Mountain Tea Salary *75.00 per month. $3.00 per
will make you well. 85 cents. R S day for expenses. Kuhlman Co.
Dept. Atlas Bnildiug. Chicago.
Having bought out J. S. Kanematz’s Store we will
carry a full line of
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Boots and Shoes,
Ladies’ and Gents’
MISS L. G. GOULD. SUPERINTENDENT.
Wm. Horsfall, M. D.,
Central Oregon State
Normal School O
M aved I lia L it e .
Oliver Wilson & Co..
Our Prie» ■ are
R ason ib e.
Call and be
J. W. Davenport, Wingo, Ky.,
writes, June 14, 1902: “ I want to
tell you I believe Ballard’s Snow
Liniment saved my life. I was
Saddle Horses of best quality aiwaya on hand. Good Rigs in readi
under the treatment of two doctors,
ness for special trips. In fact, a general Stage and Livery business.
and they told me one of my lungs
Opens for foil term September 12, 1905.
Accommodations for Taveling n en a specialty
was entirley gone, and the other
Full Normal / Course, Teachers’ Review Class,
at G a. m., arriving at Roseburg at 10 p. in. Fare $5.50
badly affected. I algo had a lump
Commercial Course. Expenses very low.
on my side. I don’t .think that I For catalogue or information write to A. L. BRIGGS or O. C. BROWN,
could haye lived over two months
longer. I was induced by a friend
to try Ballard’s Snow Liniment.
The first application gave me great
relief; two fifty cent bottles cured
me sound and well. It is a won
derful medicine and I recommend
it to suffering humanity. Sold by
R. S. Knowlton.
B. FEM TOW
D airy Farm
duality as well as Quantity
for the price paid at the
City Meat Market
F l o u r a n d F e e d ..
FR O N T ST.
C O Q U IL L E
Tires T in the Vains of
Rotary machine and ball bearing
make it the lightest runn ng rna
chine in the world.
Quiet and durable, the rotony
motion does away with noise and
wear enttsed by the forward and
backward movement of the shuttb
h as .
This Steamer is very steady at sea and
PICTURES 2,/4x3M inches.
Loads in daylight with film
Fitted with meniscus lens, and shutter
with iris diaphragm stops.
Full description in Kodak Catalog F P E E
at an y p h o to g r a p h ic d ea lers or b y mail.
EASTMAN KODAK CO.,
Rochester, N. Y.
A. M c K e l l i p s , Agent, Coqu/lle, O regon.j
H eadquarters at M rs. M, N osler’s.______
new, clean and sweet, opening out on
New ami Speedy,.Jp7
deck and having only two l>ertha in a
Very superior Second Class.
2nd Class, $6.
C. P. Jen se
W . C. R ose. A g
C oqu ille.
M a .e r ,
Will make regular trips between
D E A LE R IN
Coquille River and San
^ Flooring, Rustic and all kinds of Finishings and Mouldings ji
Constantly on hand.
N o S to p -o v e r a W a y P o r
Mr. and ( ’ has Monmaw took Fri-
day’s train for the bay where they i
will tnkc n steenier for San Francis-
^ one.fourth ^ interest in the
co. They are bound for southern ''D 'lP "1* " 1 <>f ‘ he Coquille Htcam-
,, , ,
host Co., consisting of the steamers
California, but just what potot i. Di, pat,.,;
, Fll *
Favorite, and Urn« » S n B I S i i S S l l ^ J S S l i F l g
___ _______ -________
P erson s cu red at
not Vfllnitely settled upon. Their, bargea.
,u..c of O p t. T. D. bOE _____
Cha rg es reasonable, f a l l o r w rite. P r . J . F .
an • ■ . « n K e e r s r « t . A a s r r a s r l e r s . t a i
many friends wish them well.
j White, Bandon.
A wonderfully capable and accurate camera
built on the Kodak plan. Good enough to
satisfy experienced photographers, yet so
simple that children can use it.
safe and reliable tiwn-,^pj
tier passenger accommodations are all
T his o ld relia b le and tbe
m oa t successful S pecial
ist In San F ra n cisco, still
c o n t i n u e s t o c u r s a ll
A e i s a l and S e m i n a l
D lifa ir ft
su oli as
U n n a r r h ir n ,
U le e f
(M r lc m r e , S y p h ilis
In all Its form s, f t h I n
• H ifs a ft , N ervou s
H I y , I*
Im p u te»*
f y I N r o n m
i l i n n a a l W e a k -
n e s s • amt L o o a u a o f N s n
h o n « t . t b s consequen ce
o f self a bu se and excesses
producing t h s follow in g s y m p t o m s ; sallow conn-
tenance, dark spots under tb e e y e s, pain in the
bead , ringing In the ears, lo s s o f co n fid e n ce , diffi
d en ce In approach in g strangers, palpitation o f the
heart, w eakness o f the lim its and h aea, loss o f m em
o r y , plm nles on the face, cou g h s , con su m p tion , etc,
I » r . G lh H e n has practiced in Run F rancisco 4 «
re a r s and those t r o u b le ! should n o t fail to consult
Everything found in a first-class Grocery. Prices the 'owest
consistent with good goods.
231 SUTTER ST.,
A CHOICE LIN E OF
General Office for Pacific Coast.
r. S. D O W . A g e
N o . 2 F o ld in g
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
Syrup, Tobacco, Cigars, etc. We carry a
full line of
C ap . N elson . M aaet,
Fare, let Class, $10.
J - G - F is h
MANUFACTURERS of Butter Boxes, Cubes, Apple and Fruit Boxes
Cabinets, Tables, Counters, Store Fronts, etc.
Turning W ork a Specialty.
All Orders given
Will make regular trips between
and BOX FACTORY
Str. M. F. Plant, WHEELER & WILSON MFG. CO.
San Francisco, Cel.
Coos Bay and
FRESH AND SALT MEATS.
Lard. Bacon, Hams, Sausage, Chickens, Vegetables,
Turkeys and Game in Season.
Phone, Main 43.
P. 0. Pox 224
• ' y fttountain Tea Nuggets
Mrs. Moon can now show you
R. A. Young and wife who have eight designs in the R. A G, corsets
spent the past year in different —also Ferris waiBts.
parts of Oregon, and the past few
N om e N r a -e n n b li- M r l r c
weeks in this place, started on their
It may be a piece of superfluous
return to Washington Friday
advice to urge people at this season
Indigestion, constipation, dys of the year to lay in a supply of
pepsia, kidney and liver disorders, Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy. It
and all stomach troubles positively is almost sure to be needed before
cured by using Hollister’s Rocky winter is over, and much more
Mountain Tea. 35 cents, Tea or prompt and satisfactory results are
obtained when taken as soon as a
Tablets. R 8 Knowlton.
cold is contracted and before it has
L. R. Edmunds and family bedome settled in the system,
passed through town on Thursday which can only be dene by keep,
to the bay where Mrs. Edmunds ing the remedy at hand. This
and the children will take the j remedy is so widely known and so
n o , .
'¡altogether good that no one should
e raer or Portland for a visit, j hesitate about buying it in prefer
Mr. Edmunds returning the day once to any other. In is for sale by
R. 8. Knowlton.
TO THE P U B L IC
A name well and most favorably
known and respected by the entire
MACHINES IN A private Hospital w ell equipped for the treat
ONE. With the shuttle a Lock
ment of surgical and medical diseases.
Stitch; with the looper a Chain
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T r a i n e d Nurses in Attendance.
Stitch. Instantly interchangable
without any adjustment. For sale
by the W. R Haines Music Co. For Information Address
Agents for Coos and Curry coun
ties. Easy terms.
A fine dairy farm containing 70
acres of bottom land 23 acres of hill
land, and adjosning the town of
Myrtle Point, Coos county, Oregon,
and $ mile from creamery. Forty-
five acres of bottom land improved
and in good state of cultivation; 5
acres slashed, burned and newly
seeded; hill land is all good for pas
ture; 3 acres of orchard in good
eari bngcondition and different var
ieties o f fruit. House, barn nnd
other buildings. While we have a
number of other dairy farms for
bide, yet this is one of the best bar
gains, as the location is all that
nild be desired, being near town,
Mr Bryan Abroad
si hool and creamery. This is cer
Mr and Mrs. Goorgo Barklow,
William J. Bryan sailed from San tainly a bargain for some progres
of Myrele Point, were in town on
sive dairyman. Price *7,500.
September 27. Mr. Bryan
Wednesday of last week.
R obests & C arter ,
will make a voyage around the world.
Myrtle Point Oregoi..
W. H. Schroeder, of the jeweler,
In tho course of his journey he will
is ardent for the Whith sewing ms.
visit Hawaii, China, the Philippine
A J u d I c lo u in In q u ir y
chine for Coos and Curry county.
Islands, T dia, Austria, New Zaa-
A well known traveling man who
D u : d .— At Myrtle Point, October
land, Egypt, Falestine, Greece, Tur visits the drug trade says has often
8, 1905, Augus R. McDonald, infant key, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Ger- heard druggists inqure of custom
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald, many, France, Norway, Sweden, ers who asked for a cough medi
cine, whether it was wanted for a
aged 5 months and 14 days.
Denmark, Russia, Holland and the child or for an adult, and if for a
Miss Lily Way, hello girl at Myr British Isles.
child they almost invariably -ecom-
tle Point, spent Thurslay night in
lu each of these countries Mr. med Chamberlain’s Cough Remdy.
Coquille, taking in the Raymond j Bryau will write for his paper, Com The reason for this is that they
show and visiting friends
moner, one or more letters describ- know there is no danger from it
and that it always cures. There
Mrs. Fred Nosier, of Bridge, nr- i >ng his observations. It is need-
is not the least danger in giving it.
rived here Wednesday for a visit i less to say that Mr. Bryan’s letters and for coughs, and colds and croup
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C I will be interesting to men and wo it is unsurpassed. For sale by R.
M. Skcels, and many other relatives men, regardless of political preju 8. Knowlton,
dice. Those desiring to avail them
W. II. Schroeder, the Watch selves of the opportunity to read
maker, moved from tho Collier' these letters should lose no time in
r.- y /e.holne for Busy People.
building to tho plnce recently oc. 8,,b*eribing for The Commoner.
; t ) Health and Renewed Vigor.
!•••■ :'■>ir Hpatlon. Indigestion, Live
copied by Ch is Mooninw's barber
Attention is iuvltod to nn an
• V -
v. Pimples, Eczema, Impure
. Singjrlsh Bowels, Headache
nouncement, relating to theso let
shop on Friday.
P >'*!ry Mountain Tea in tab.
- .• l"iT. Genuine made by
ters, printed in another column of
Copt, and Mi
Butler. of this
• G »!1 v, Madison, Wis.
'« rOf! S A L L O W P E O P L E
city, started for Berkley, California, this issue. We are able to offer
where they will spend tho winter. special inducement:- to any one who
C 0 ~ l lu- Oregon C or ] A Nav Co's
They will be greatlv missed by desires to read Mr. Bryan’s articles.
their many friends.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Electric Lights. Everything in First-
PATENTS Deliveries made promptly by either water or rail. ¡<
| p r o c u r e d a n d o c fen d i d . "•nsnmi.i.l
d r a w in g .., vTh. ■ to. f o r exp e rt search and free r e p o r t f
F f • a 1'
h ow t o o b ta in patents, trad e m arks, I
I j u>J>> right*, etc.. |N A L L C O U N T R l C S .
tfirrrt rt Uk Washington saves time, I
and often the patent.
Patent and Infringsmsnt Prtctlct Exclusively.
Writs or m w t o H a l
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We have all Grades and Prices Accordingly.
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