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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1906)
recalls *jt at HctPft.
F ir .l-C le ».
For a good pair of shoes, go to
F r o m 6 a m to 9 p m „
S ssv isa.
A new dynamo for the woolen Drane's.
It would have incredible brutali-
Mrs B W Evans. Clearwater,
Phonographs given away at tv if Chas. Lemberger, of Syracuse, Kan. writes, My husband lay sick
mill arrived on the last Elizabeth,
N. Y „ had not done the best he for three months.
The doctors A T T H E
O- F- DEAN. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR
throughout with electricity.
_ . "cut a fearful
gash We procured a bottle of Ballard’s
C A H A R R IN G TO N , Proprietor.
A. J. Hartman, bead keeper of the
.„ ,1 „¡1 over his eye, so I applied Bucklin’s Horehound Syiup, and it cured
County Official Paper.
S p s s l a l A t t e n t i o n o i v s n to
light-house, has tendered his resig
C o m m o s s is i P .o p l« .
R e g u la r B o . r d . r .
Wilson ed it and saved his eye.
for all kinds of machines.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY.
Good for gmee then we h ive always kept a
nation, to take effect April 1st, or
J jwelry Co.
burns anp ulcers too. Only 25o at bottle in the house.
l. H. HAZARD, C u tle r
R. i. SHINE, Vies Pro»
as soon thereafter as possible. Mr.
do without it. -For coughs and
Mrs. Perrott’s millinery store is R. 8. Knowlton’s drug store.
building of the Coqnille Valley particular] % Hartman has been in the service
colds it has no equal. 25c, 50c and
'»nel of Coos County generally.
now located in the Alexson build
D a iry Farm for Sale
’»nhBoription, per.year, in advanoe^JIlTiO for thirteen years, and has had
$1.00. Sold by R. 8. Knowlton.
charge of this station for moro than ing opposite the C. M. A M. Co’s
op C O g U I l i L H , O R E G O N .
Steel-cut Oats Tor breakfast mush seven years. He has not decided store.
A fine dairy farm containing 70
We are in a position to offer a acres of bottom land 23 acres of bill
on what he will do in the future,
T r a n s s a c t » a G e n e r a l B a n k i n g B u r n ir le » »
To all members of the former M.
Choice onion sets at Knowlton’s but has several positions open to good piece of water front of 2$ land, and adjosning the town of
W. of A. Camps, organized by A. E
acres near town; good for mill or
^ drug store.
Myrtle Point, Coos county, Oregon,
Board of Dlroctoro.
Woliver in 1901 at Myrtle * >
W. R. Foote was down from Nor
and J mile from creamery. Forty- \
Nat ional Bank of Commerce, New York I ’it y
The basket ball games last Satur Three little rales we ell should keep,
A. J. Sherwouil,
tl. O. Dement,
way on Thursday.
Crocker V.’ .ndworth N’l Bank, San Eranohco
five acres of bottom land improved
L. H. Hazard,
day night between the Marshfield To make life happy and bright,
. . . .
, paid Benefit Assessments for which I
B. E. Shine. Finit Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland, Or.
Horse for sale or trade. Inquire and BaeJon teams ended in a rag Hmile in the morning, smile at noon.
and in good state of cult.vatnon; 5 they did notreceive creifct from the
Take Bocky Mountain Tea at night.
of C. I. Green, Lampa.
acres slashed, burned and newly clerks of their respective camps,
chewing match and neither game
—R. 8 . Knowlton.
seeded; hill land is all good for pas- you are notified t,i forward your re
F oe R ent . — Small
place near was finished. At the end of the
360 acres Coquille River Bottom turn; 3 acres of orchard in good ceipts to Geo. W. Canning, District
town. Apply at this office.
first half in the boys’ game the score
Land 3J miles from Coquille City eari bngcondition and different var Deputy, Marshfield, Oregon.
H. L. Carl, the Norway creamery stood 5 to 3 in favor of Bandon
Price $20 per acre for a short time ieties of fruit. House, barn and
During the second half the umpire
man, was in town on Wednesday.
Invaluable for Rheumatism-
only. Enquire of D. D. P i e r ce , Co other buildings. While wo have u
Jas. D. Clinton, of Norway, trans
I have been sugering for the past
number of other dairy farms for
few years with a severe attack of
acted business in town on Thursday. other’s authority and the game came
In the spring time you renovate sale, yet this ¡8 one of the best bar. rheumatism and found that Bal-
to an end, the score standing, Ban
Henry Grady was down from
Why not your body? gains, as the location is all ____
lard’s Snow Liniment was the only
don 8, Marshfield 6.
Hollister’s Rocky Mountain Tea could be desired, being near town
Norway on business last Thursday
then started to play but did not drives out impurities, cleanses and school and creamery This is cer-1 thing that gave me satisfaction and
* R. C. Dement, o f Myrtle Point, finish the first half.
One of the enriches the blood and purifies the tainly a bargain for some progres- tended to alleviate my pains,
sive dairyman. Price $7,500.
March 24, 02: John C. Degnan,
spent a day or so in town last week Marshfield players was hurt, and entire system.
R oberts & C aste «,
j Kinsman, 111. 25c, 50c and $1.00.
Dr. Perkins, of Bandon, paid the the substitute would not play
Mvrtle Point Oregon. \ R S Knowlton,
county seat a business visit on The score stood 6 to 0 in favor of
Bandon. It was pretty well dem
-FOR A -
A Chicago Alderman Owes His Election to
a n d
H a il
C u t
R. W. Lundy, the Myrtle Point onstrated that the BaDdon teams
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy.
W. J. Bryan will write a series of
Twenty-tlve ncrea, all bottom, well I
hardware man, made Bandon a visit were a little too fast for the Marsh
"le a n heartily and conscientious
letters while on bis two-year tour of
harness* 11 head of dairy cows, fall set i
fielders. It is to be regretted that
foreign lands. These letters will ly recommendChamberlain’s Cough ) of farm implements, and a flood crop, in- '
P. F. Gehlke, a lower river dairy the games were not finished as there appear once a week in a select list Remedy for affections of the throat I eluding if 100 worth of hay, 3 aores flood,
i corn for cilege, potatoe patch, garden, etc., 1
Successor to Chas. Moomaw. Next door to Coauille Valley P a c k in g Co.
man, transacted business in town was a good audience who had paid of the leading American daily news and lungs,” says Hon. John Slien- I a flood silo and stamp puller.
Enquire at this office or of W. M, Harail- j
papers, among which is the Journal. ick, 220 So. Peoria St., Chicago. ' ton, Fishtrap.
the games, and the Bandon team
B ohn —At Eckley, Cuiry county,
The Bryan letters in the Sunday "Two years ago during a political
was at fifty or sixty dollars expense
Feb. 27, 1906, to Mr. and Mrs. C.
Journal will make clear the point of campaign, I caught cold after be
A one-fourth interest in the
in getting the Marshfield teams
ing overheated, which irritated my
W. Haynes, a son.
view of foreign countries on many
throat and I was finally compelled , equipment of the Coquille Steam- Mrs. J. L. Thompson handles a fine line o f Stationery ana
here. After the games were broken
of the questions which now confront to stop, as I could not speak aloud. boat Co., consisting of the steamers
The gasoline schooner Sotoyome
up the Marshfield teams were given
a ll o f the Latest Novelties in connection.
In my extremity a friend advised Dispatch and Favorite, and three _ _ _
arrived at Bandon last Tuesday
a supper, and most of the spectators
Few men are better qualified to me to use Chamberlain’s Cough
from Ban Francisco.
went to the Bank hall, where
large questions in a large way Remedy. I took two doses that af
J. P. Barkdoll, the Norway farm dance was in progress, and made an
ternoon and could not believe my
er and country merchant, had busi effort to forget that they had ever than Mr. Bryan, and no one who senses when I found the next morn
wishes to keep abreast o f the times ing the inflamation had largely sub
ness in the county seat on Thurs. attended a basket ball game.
can afford to miss these letters.
sided. I took several doses taat
The Sunday Journal is a great day, kept right on talking through
A ll kinds o f jo b work p ro m p tly attended
Our young friend, Grant Bunch,
Is the best known
with "good the campaign, and I thank this
to. See us fo r eaue trough and spouting
Linement for Rheu
In buying a cough medicine for
who has been attending college at
medicine that I won my seat in the
matism, Pains Aches
things.” With its beautiful color
n d ll kinds o f Tin and Sheet Metal Work.
Council.” This remedy is for sale
and all such diseases.
Chamberlaiu’s Cough Remedy supplements, its cartoonists like Op- by R. S. Knowlton.
do a ll Sa n ita ry Plumbing. A ll work
home last week.
K, K. K.
There is no danger from it and re- per, Swinnerton, Sullivant, Howarth
R. D. Jones came up from Los lief is always sure to follow. It is and others of like renown; with its
N O T IC E
Angeles last week and returned a especially valuable for colds, croup
Notice is hereby given that the follow KURE.
ing numbers and brands of logs, to w it:
day or so later. He will be back and whooping cough.
Removes the Corns
cluding such stars as Ella Wheeler
by R. S. Knowlton.
Warts and Ringworms
B. L .,1; M., 2, L. W ., 4; E., 1, old;
again in a few days.
pains or the
Wilcox, Mrs. John A. Logan, Mrs H. 8 ., 1 ; (H ) 1, old; 3 , 1. old; I, 1, old;
Alex Snyder, engineer at the
Work has been started on the Osborne, Mrs. Henry Symes, Lady D. F., 1, old; J. C., 1, old, have floated
Trv these Remedies
government works at Bandon, had Klamath irrigation project.
A Henry Somerset, Beatrice Fairfax, upon C. H. Butler’ s farm which the and be convinced,
business which called him to this large force of men and tearne will Max Nordeau, Maurice Maeterlinck, undersigded has rented, and unless the
For sale at all Drug
stores in the County.
place on Wednesday.
soon be ongagod and work on the Count Tolstoi, Prof. Garrett P. same are removed within 30 days from
Or can be obtained
this date shall remove and sell same.
from the Manufacturer.
Joe Hodson was down from Coos big ditch will proceed without, in Serviss, uud. humorous sketches by
Dated March 3, 1900.
D E A L E R IN
R. O. K IRK PATRICK ,
river Wednesday to have one of terruption to the finish. The pro George Y. Hobart (Dinkelspiel),
D omin ick B ia s c a .
Coui He, Ore.
his fingers, which he injured on a ject is one of great importance to Wex Jones, William F. Kirk and
rusty nail, dressed by Dr. Horsfall. Klamath farmers and stockmen, and others, and with all the world’s
its completion will mean much in news by leased wire, and the borne
— Coast Mail.
A C H O IC E L IN E OF
news. The Suuday Journal is a
For every 25c worth of goods tho development of the natural re
thoroughly representative news
you purchase at Mrs. Nosler’s store sources of Southeastern Oregon.—
the purchaser will be entitled to a
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The Journal is "the paper of the
guess at the $10 gold piece to be
Strikes Hidden Rocks-
multitude,” in sympathy with and
given to the best guesser.
When your ship of health strikes pledged to the cause of the masses
Everything found in a first-class Grocery. Prices the 'owest
Myrtle Point, Ore.
The Coquille Valley Real Estate the hiddi-n rocks of Consumption,
of mankind— of “ equal rights to
consistent with good goods.
Co., Coquille City, Oregon, we are Pneumonia, etc., you are lost, if
A complete stock o f Harness. Saddles, Collars, etc., always
all”— a square deal.
F R O N T S T . ___________________
C O Q U IL L E
handling city property, and all kinds you don’t get help from Dr. King’s
on hand. Also carry a stock o f tents, wagons covers, horse
of real estate. List your property New Discovery for Consumption.
with us. J. H. Cecil, Manager.
J. W. McKinnon, of Talladega
covers, lap robes and everything usually fo u nd in a f ir s t
G. W. Hixson, of Myrtle Point, Springs, Ala., writes: “ I had been
very ill with Pneumonia, under the
went to Parkersburg the middle care of two doctors, but was getting
Champion Liniment tor Rheumatism
of last week to deliver a lot of no better when I began to take Dr.
Chas Drake, a mail carrier at
young fruit trees from the Capital King’s New Discovery.
Chapinvilie, Conn., says: '‘Cham
City Nursery, for which he is agent.
Sure cure for sore berlain’s Pain Balm is the cham
George E. Peoples, our creamery throat, bronchitis, coughs and colds.
pion of all liniments.
man, who is agent for gasoline en Guaranteed at R. S. Knowlton’s
year I was troubled a great deal
CARRYING REGULAR STO CK
gines, went to Norway one day last drugstore, price 50c and $1.00. Tri
Accepted throughout the civilized world
0 J Standard and Established Goods, where eash Instru
week for the purpose of setting one al bottle free.
After trying several cures the store
as the most universally satisfactory il
ment is sold according to its in trin sic value. We s e ll you a
up for G. S. Davis with which he
N O T IC E .
keener here recommended this rem
will run his separator.
for all purposes.
High Grade, Popular price or Commercial Piono,
I will pay a reward of $50.00 for edy and it completely cured me.”
Mrs. J. J. Fox, who is now mak information that will lead to the There is no use o f anyone suffering
Cleanest, Most Convenient, nnd the
at their rea l value.
ing her home with her parents, Mr. arrest and conviction of the party from that painful ailment when
or parties who threw a wire over this liniment can be obtained for a
One P rice only on each G rade
and Mrs. W. H. Hull, near River
the electric light line, near the Myr small sum. One application gives
That furnished by the CO QUILLE
ton, while Mr. Fox is at Weaver- tle Point depot, on the night of
We ca rry a complete line o f Pianos, Organs, Piano-Plauers
prompt relief and its continued use
ville, California, working in a mine, January 3, 1906, or any party or
RIV ER ELECTR IC CO is firit
for a short time will produce a per
was up to town Wednesday.
She parties who may in the future, shoot manent cure. For sale by R, S.
°lftss and up to date in every respect.
informed us that her husband will off any insulatora or otherwise in Knowlton.
terfere in any way with any of the
The rates place it within reach of all
be home next month.
poles, wires, or other apparatus of
River Eleotric Company.
•tenlg «n Worth# f«x
S u c c e sso r to the Chas. G rissen and A ia g o M u sic Co
F iu n k M or se
Times are getting more lively
| hi* tea* Mpax, la tri»r U f#t *Q Phone, Main, 905 .
here now. The saw mill ixrutining
th* local asm , tet U t a f R O w i
Gives Health. Vigor and Tone.
full time now, and Mr. Rouse’s mine
Vim ita nn/UL^t <UBy «anta
Herbine is a boon for sufferers! ■tenia *b# m l
is going ahead again.
H O L L I S T E R 'S
from anemia. By its use the blood j
The demand for labor is daily is quickly regenerated and the col- |
\ £ u sy .JeJiclno for B aay People.
bringing strangers to o.ir little town. or becomes normal. The drooping
i Q jM ea Health and Renew ed Vigor.
strength is revived.
S veral logging camps are being
ri'viflon. Indigestion, Live
Health, vigor and
‘ in q jire, Eczema,
i.i.zcilin , Impure
m q m ic
T M «a «ln « m a h » n#wsy*y«r of
opi ned up close by, besides the pri tone predominate.
. i’lus rish Bowels, Headache
New life and
t U >eky Mountain Tea
th* tVtfk> OfM» wMek tag ooa-
vate coal mines around town i
a l> >x. Genuino ma
happy activity results. Mrs. Belle
• tfp.t ny , Madison, Wis,
II. Shriel, M iddlesborough, . III.. | *1*U A »eeU M P ré» m e r i t and
doing a considerable business.
3 (OR SALLOW PEOPLE
writes, I have been troubled with j • y d t l ta xed -w in aarrtoa, with
D E A L E R IN
Mrs. Ri ta Williams and children
liver complaint and poor blood and
1 ttMWtata nevre
left for Portland on the lltli inst, have found nothing to benefit me
to all the etti» and
That ii aves O A. Ke ly to either like Herbine. I hope never t>* be
principal towns #f tte Ktathwe*»
batch or board.
with out it. I hnve wished ti nt I
Partimi» ant «utente are oarer«»
had known of it in my husband's
by a bright staff of riportare, ant
George Steward is building a
life time.’’ 50c. R S Knowlton. 1
T his o ld reliRhle and the
editorial, truudto, aocioty ant
residence on land that lie pm cloned
m ost successful S pecial
ist in Wan F rancisco,etill
apodal Ritta e. gatert ay’e edi
of J. V. Foster.
c o n t in u e s to c u r e all
F IR S T
N A T IO N A L
F o r S a le .
T H O M P S O N ’S
ALSO AGENT FOR MORNING OREGONIAN
| New P lu m b in g Shop
A . B. Puth Company
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
L . H. P E A R C E | Syrup’Tobacco’fuifnn
F lo u r a n d
H A R N E S S -H A K E R
BUY PIANOS OF DEALERS
We carry a
W . R. H a in e s M u sic Cov
FRANK MORSE, Prop, COQUILLE, ORE.
The Evento* Telegram,
7 iVlouniain Tea Nuggets
Ö Flooring, Rustic and all kinds o f Finishings and Mouldings
Dr. Gibbon öl
Constantly on hand.
Geo. W. Leggett won Liken to Co
quille to have an npe non per-
for, ed on his leg by Ur. Velmore.
He fell on a nail which nonetiuted
h-s leg, and blood poison was eet-
W • understand that W A. Bean
and Win. KImrp have taken a cou-
tr.u t fit getting out-tin coal at the
R m c mine.
Duxi A xxa .
PROCURED AND DEFENDED. Sewd
• '• I mortal,
d i a w in « orphnu». fo m p * * r t (w atch _
fr e o report.
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Vif«* a.meet, h o w l o obU un pAtonU,
pnu-nu, »n u lo nru
n. o k « ,|
copyright* «to.. |N ALL COU NTRIES.
Bu.fiHt.ts direr t v . Uh W ashington s a n s time, I
money and often th t fatemi.
Patent and lnfHn«m»nt Pnctlc* Exclusively.
W rite o r com o te un k »
•U math StTM». opf> Halted »Ute« Tâtait <
WASHINGTON, O. C.
tion r«Mieta #f M to SI pagan, ant
haa rato red conio pago#, aa wall aa
a «apartment far ehfltwn. colored
fashion pago, an Interoattaj «orlai
•tory ant otter «atroottro features
in additimi to all tte n#wt of tte
tnbocrtpljM Ratea: Ona month,
M conta; thro# aacntha. $LM; atx
months, |».M ; two tv* months. $#.
tempio copino mated froo.
s r t i ' H l am) Stem i n » l
i » i s u c h
(■ o n o r r liir a ,
M t iK t u r * , N y p h illa
In all its form s. M * in
D lM 'aw «,
D eliveries m ade
D f H l i l . T , I m p a tte n
* y Me-»» i n a l H r a h -
n e s a a m i l . u « « o f Y ln n -
¡ m o d . the consequen ce
o f self abuse and excesses
producing th e follow in g -y m p t o n is ; sallow cou n
tenance, dark spots un d er th e ey es, pain in the
head, ringing In the ears, lo s s o f co n fid e n ce , diffl-
d en ce In approach in g stranger*, palpitation o f the
heart, w eakness o f th e liniLs and ba< k, loss o f m em
o ry ,p im id e s o n the face, ciuigns, con su m ption , etc.
Ih r. b l i i h o n has practiced in San F rancisco 10
r e a rs am i thoae troubled si.onld n o t fail to consult
him a n d rpcetve th e ben* tit o f Ins g reat skill nnd
tx p erlen ce. T h e d o c t o r c u r e s w h o n o fh c r s fn il. T ry
him . « 4 u r * a g n a m n i o - i f , .Persons c o r e d at
hom te C harges reasonable, r a il Cr w rite. I> r. J . 1*.
h lh h o s 5? > K o «rR > m
romptly by either water or rail.
W e have all Grades and Prices Accordingly.
C O Q U IL L E , O R E G O N
S i i n i 'r o i M 'U t o . t B i