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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1906)
A shland I.', rmal N o te s
L ost — i'oluud
Dairy Farm ior Sale
Chiua male i»»g,
Don't tie a cough or u cold up in F its t-C la »s
your system by taking a remedy
that hinds the bowels. Take Ken
nedy’s Laxative Honey and Tar. A T T H E
It is different from all other cough
syrups. It is better. It opens the
liowele-expells all cold from the
“.v s‘ e,D- rel *eve8 coughs, colds,croup,
ot.e Children like
Régulai» B o a rd ers.
Sold by R 8 Knowlton
A now class in «ehc-ol law begun
nix mouths old— black, curly, with
A tine dairy farm containing 70
white face. Fiuder report to W. S. i*» work Moudny under the instruc
arreu of bottom laud 23 acres of hill
0. f . UhAN,
tuilOH AND PROPRIETOR Jess, uear Johnson's mill.
tion of Prof. Van Hcov.
laud, and adjoining the town of
F ob S ale . — Blue Andelusiun eggs
With the increusiug wurmtli of Myrtle Poiut.Coos county, Oregon,
County Official Paper. $ 1.00 per setting, only thorough , the
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breds in the county. Also Andelu-
and J mile from creamery. * “ “ j ‘
PUBLISHED EVEKY WKDNEHDAY.
sian roosters. Enquire of C. Ter- hi coming popular. A few daysag five acres of bottom land improved
res, Cunningham creek.
the Freshmen challenged the Sen- nmH n good state of cultivatiion; 5
Devoted to tbe material and Boeial up-
For each 25-cents purchase at « » » “ "d Juniors to a tug-of-war. ,kCr(M slashed, burned and newly
N O T IC E .
buildinp of the Coquille Valley particularly
and of C ook County generally.
Mrs, Nosler’s you wilt receive n The side which won three times set.(led ; hill land is all good for pas-
«absonption, per year, in advance, $I.T j O
ticket good for one guess at the out of five were to be the victors t„ re. 3 acres of orchard in good
T o all members of the former M
. ’hnMonj| *i„n Bnd different var- W. of A. C oups, organized by A. E
J. M. R iley was up from the number of beans, pins, coffee, etc. in »pi,,. challenge was accepted, and
a j . . 1. winner toreceiv. a « ol.l —t»* ...................................... ¿ » “
b l L
W o li.., I . „ 0 1
M .rtU '•
Bandon section on Thursday.
Me -ila tit al H our«
p : oro 6 a r/* to
S k o o k u in R e s t a u r a n t
H A R R I N G T O N , P ro p rie to r.
ttentton Given to
l. H. HAZARD, Castile.
R. E. SHINE. Vice Prei
N A T IO N A L
B A N K
o p C O Q U lliliB , OREGON.
T r a n s a c t » a G en eral B a n k in g B u s in e s s
After four trials, other buildings. While we have « Coquille City and Bandon, who have
For a Weak Digestio n
¡however, the Seniors and Juniors number of other dairy farms for paid Benefit Assessments for which
Board of Directora.
No medicine can replace food vure obliged to retreat to tho back, sale, yet this is one of the best bar-
they did not receive credit from the
of Commerce, New York City
It. 0. Dement,
A. J. Sherwood,
W . E. Cleghorn of this city, re
but Chamberlain’s Stomach and
ua and allow the laurels to be ff’di.s as the location is all that clerks of their respective camps,
Crocker Wool worth N ’l Bank, San Francisco
Is. H. Hazard,
turned Friday from a brief visit to Liver Tablets w ill help you to ill I ground, and allow tho laurels to be ffa*
could be desired, being uear towu you are notified to forward your re*
Firat Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland, Oi.
11. K Shiue.
I siti ah Hacker,
gest your food. It is not the quan place on the beads of the Freshmen g 4 .j,00i an(j creamery. This is cer- ceipts to Geo. W. Canning, District
Ed Elliugson, the boat builder, is tity of food taken that gives strength who had gloriously won the victory, tainly a bargain for some progres- Deputy, Marshfield, Oregon.
Chapel notes for this week are:
sive dairyman. Price $7,500.
and vigor to the system, but the the
completing a fine scow for the O. K.
amount digested nnd assimilated.
On Tutsday Mrs. Newman gave,
R obekts & C abter ,
I f you ever bought a box of W itch
I f troubled with a weak digestion, an interesting book review of “ The!
Mvrtle Point Oregon.
Hazel Salve that failed to give sat-
Sewing machine needles and oil don’t fail to give these Tablets a
i ’ linn D ic k e n s
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isfaction tlie chances are it did not
Haunted Man’’ by o u m . j - ucbouh .
The |uogt r„ u ona| remedy for
name “ E. (j. D eW itt & Co”
for all kinds of machines.
Wilson trial. Thousands have been bene-
Mrs. E. Wickersham s subject on coughs and colds is Kennedy’s Lax- .«¡„ te d on the wrapper and pressed
fitted by their use.
Groceries. Vegetables, Fruits,
J jwelry Co.
h e Buttercup.”
n iu iv nm
l T Tar.
»,.. original liu
Y l’ ittV
ative H Honey
on ■ in »1 the , i box. o’ The
cost a quarter. For sale by R. S. Wednesday
B. Fenton, the mail contractor Knowlton.
Mrs C. E. Payne, one of Ash-1 “ >e bowels as a mild ca tlin rtic-ex - Hazel Salve never fails to give Bat-
pels all cold from the system. Cuts isfaction for burns, sores, boils, tet-
and stage man, was down from
land’s talented elocutionists, visited
all phlegm out of the throat, relieves teI. cracked hands, etc. For blind.
C iv il S e r v ic e E xam ination.
Myrtle Point on Wednesday.
Chapel Tnursday morning, and gave COUgj1Si colds, croup, whooping bleeding, itching and protruding
F. E. Billington of Cottage Grove
the students two excellent readings. ; cough, etc. An ideal remedy for Piles it affords almost immediate
The U. 8 . Service Commission
will begin a protracted meeting at
On Friday the students of the ' children-equally for adults. Sold relief. It stops the pain. Sold bv
will hold an examination for the .
i by R, 8 . Knowlton.
the Christian church the 29tb.
1?. S. Knowlton.
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positon of “ Forest Ranger” , May American literature class each re- j J
Wm. Hite, of Bandon, shook
N O T IC E
14, 1905, at Portland, Roseburg,
hands with old comrades and friends
Prof. B. F. Mulkey then
Notice is hereby given that the fo llo w -;
LaGrand and Prineville.
G re e d S lia / v e
a n d .
H a ir
C u t
in Coquille a day or so last week.
gave a short address on "Courtesy.” ing num bers and brands of logs, to w it : |
“ Ezaminat on for Supervised
It 1 i . \i •> T IV 4- r, l nlil •
Twenty-five Bores, all bottom, welt
This is the time of year that the
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drained amt improved, team, wagon a n d 1
The last meeting of tho Athena
will be held same day at all large
H , S., 1; (I I ) I, old; g, 1, old; I, 1, old ; harness, It head of dairy cows, full set !
best results are obtained by using
' T H O M
P S O N ’S
I). K., 1, old; J. C., 1, old, have floated of farm implements, and a good crop, in-
Stock Ford. Knowlton has a large cities in the State.
held last Friday.
The program |upon c. H. Butler’s farm which the | jJ,ra‘ for^oitege.°potatoe patch?garden,etc!!
Successor toClias. M oom aw . N ex t door to t ouuiUe V a lley Packing Co.
supply of all different kinds.
undersigded In s rented, and unless the a good silo and stump puller.
was unusually good
Health is Youth.
E. A Philpott, a prominent mem
egme are removed within T odays from ton, Fishtrap.
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Disease add Sickness Bring Old
ber of the Bandon Commercial Co.,
tliis date shall remove and sell same.
Dated M arch 3, 1900.
was a business visitor to Coquille Age.
your stomach fails to digest the
Herbine. taken every morning be food? None. It does you harm—
D ominick B iasca .
one- fourth interest in the 1
on Wednesday of last week.
equipment of the Coquille Steam- Mrs. J L. Thompson handles a fine line of Stationery ana
fore breakfast, will keep you in ro causes belching, sour stomach, flat
J. F, Sohroeder, of this city, went
Nothing will reliev ,-e indigestion
consisting of the , steamers
bust health, fit you to ward off' d i ulence, etc.
all of the Latest Novelties in connection.________
When the stomach that is not a tliorougl
igh d ig est«"!. Dj
and Pavorite> aE
to Myrtle Point one day last week sease. I t cures constipation, bili
fails a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what Dispatch
to assist in the closing business ousness, dyspepsia, fever skin, lives niter each meal w ill
Inquire of Capt. T. D.
and kidney complaints. It purities what you eat and makes the stom you eat, and allows the stomach to White, Bandon.
transactions of his father’s estste.
rest-reeuperatc-grow strong again
the blood and clears the complex ach sweet. R. S. Knowlton.
Mrs. J. L . Kronenberg, of Par
A few doses of K odol after meals;
w ill soon restore the stomach and
kersburg, returned from the Bay
Mrs. D. W . Smith, Whitney, Tex.
digestive organs to a full perform
Thursday having speut a day or so,
writes April 3, 1902:
“ I have
ance of their functions naturally.
AH hinds of job work promptly attended
visiting frieds friends in Marshfield. used Herbine, and find it the best
Knowlton has a largo stock of Sold by R. S. Knowlton.
Is the liest known '
to. See us fo r eaue trough and spouting
Uriah Root has had a new foun medicine for constipation and liver hoico selooted seed corn.
Linem ent for R heu
an dll hinds o f Tin and Sheet MetaI Work.
matism, Pains Aches
dation put under his house on Doubles. It does all you claim for beet seed, carrot seeJ, tield peas
and all such diseases. !
We do all Sanitary Plumbing. All work
First street, as well as other sub it. I can highly recommend it. and vetches.
Owing to the change of manage
50c. R. S. Knowlton.
guaranteed. ________ '
ment of the Coquille M ill & Mer K. K. K.
stantial improvements to the prop
cantile Co., it kindly requests its KORN
patrons whose hills are due to call
IN T H E C I R C U I T C O U R T O F T H E
This is the season o f listlessness,
S T A T E O F O R E G O N , IN A N D F O R at their office and settle for Baine or
Rem oves th e C o ra s
W. J. Bryan will write a series of
T H E C O U N T Y OF COOS:
make arrangement for settlement.
W arts and R ingw orm s
headaches and spring disorders.
without pains or the I | \ ;
C oquille M ill A M f . hl - antile Co
H ollister’s Rochy Mountain Tea is letters while on his two-year tour of J. A . Collier,
Suit in eq
These letters will
a sure preventative.
Maks you foreign lands.
uity to fore-
W anted .— A
female teacher to | Try these Remedies
strong and vigorous. 35 cents, Tea appear once a week in a select list A. P . Cam pbell and Rotbs- c l o s e
assist Mrs. Giddings in the school and lie convinced,
or Tablets. R. 8 . Knowlton.
cbild & Hadenfeldt, a mortgage.
For sale at all D rug
of the leading American daily news,
iu district No. 43.
stores in the County.
Several logging engines arrived papers, n m o D g which is tlio Journal.
O r can be obtained
A d from the Manufacturer.
Tho Bryan letters iu the Sunday To A . P . Cam pbell and Rothschild & Send terms with application.
on tlio Alliance and will be used in
D E A L E R IN
Hadenfeldt, a corporation, the above
dress, S. J. McCloskey, clevk, N or
R . O. K I R K P A T R I C K ,
the logging camp to be opened up Journal will make clear the point of
near Beaver H ill by Frank Boutin, view of foreign countries on many IN T H E N A M E O F T H E S T A T E O F
owner of tho Chadwick tract.— Sun. of tho questions which now confront
H ay F ob S ale .— A lot of fine rye
grass hay. Henry Grady, Norway.
ALSO ACENT FOR MORNING OREGONIAN
P lu m b in g S h o p !
A. B. Puth Company
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
Our old friend, C. T. Riley, of
Myrtle Point, wus in town Thurs
day. He made our office a pleas
ant call and informs us that he had
bargained off his place at tho Point,
and executed a deed for the same
and was waiting the transfer of the
monoy from San Francisco where it
is in bank.
AI Smith is buildiog a 200-ton
bunker at bis coal mine on Coos
river. A scow load of lumber went
up the river for the structure last
week and Al is rushing work to
completion ns ho has a number of
local ordors on hand and moro in
sight, which promise to keep the
mine going steadily.— Sun
C. It. Barrow, of south eastern
Kansas, who visited us three or four
weeks ago, returned with liis family
last Wednesday and has taken up
residence in tho Knowlton cottnge
near the Christian church.
all seem to be highly pleased with
the apperance of our town and sur
roundings as well ns our prosptets.
Y ou and ea*-h of you are hereby noti
fied that you arc required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you
in the above entitled suit within six
weeks from the date of the first publica
tion of tills summons, tow it: within six
weeks from March 7, P.Kki, and if you
fail to appear on or before the last day
of the time prescribed in the order of
publication to -w it: April ISth, I90d,
judgment will lie taken against you, for
want thereof, for the relief demanded
in the complaint, a succinct statement
of which is as follows:
F iis t : T h at there lie adjudged to be
due and owing plaintiff from defendant
A . P . C am pbell the sum of $250 and
interest thereon at the rate of S per cent
per annum since January 30th, 1004,
on the promissory note in complaint
set forth, for an attorney fee of $-50, and
for ids costs nnd disbursements in tliis
That a certain mortgage
dated January 30, 1004, securing said
promissory not", tie foreclose»! and the
property described therein, to-wit: lot
.5 in block 58 in Elliott’s Addition to the
town of Coquille City, now the city of
Coquille, in Coos countv,Oregon, lie sold
in tne manner provided by law, the pro
ceeds I«- applied to the paym ent o( costs
of Ibis suit, said sale, including said at
torney fee and the sums found to be due
plaintiff herein, and that all persons
claim ing under him subsequent to the
execution of said mortgage be barred
ami foreclosed of all right, claim and
equity oi redemption in said premises.
T h ird — t hat the overplus, if any there
A C H O IC E L I N E
Few men are better qualified to
treat large questions iu a large way
than Mr. Bryan, nnd no one who
wishes to keep abreast o f tho time-
can afford to miss these letters.
Everything found in a first-class Grocery. Prices the lowest
The Sunday Journal is a great
M yrtle P o in t, Ore.
consistent with good goods.
with “ good
C O Q U IL L E
things.” W ith its beautiful color
on hand. Also carry a stock of tents, wagons couers, horse
supplements, its cartoonists like Op-
per, Swinnerton, Sullivant, Howarth
covers, lap robes and everything usually found in a first
and others of like renown; with its
special staff of famous writers, in
eluding buc I i stars as Elln Wheeler
Wilcox, Mrs. John A. Logan, Mrs
Osborne, Mrs. Henry Symes, Lady-
Henry Somerset, Beatrice Fairfax,
MaxNordeau, Maurice Maeterlinck,
Count Tolstoi, Prof. Garrett P.
Accepted throughout the civilized world
CARRYING REGULAR STOCK
Serviss, and humorous sketches by
the most universally satisfactory il-
0] Standard and Established Goods, where eash 'nstru-\
George V. Hobart (Dinkelspiel),
ment is sold according to its intrinsic value. We sell you a I
lurainant for all purposes.
Wex Jones, William F. Kirk and
High Grade, Popular price or Commercial Piono,
others, and with all the world’s
Cleai*!st, Most Convenient, nnd tho
news by leased wire, and the borne
at their real value.
C H E A P E S T light known.
news. The Suuday Journal is a
One Price only on each Grade
That furni»hed by the COQUILLE
ELECTRIC CO is fir»t
The Journal is “ the paper of the I k >, he paid i nt o tliis court to await line
Talking Machines. Sheet music and Musical Merchandise.
multitude,” in sympathy with and I further order thereof, aud for such other
class nnd up to date in every respect.
pledged to the cause of the masses and further relief as the court may
Everything Sold on Easy Payments.
meet and equitable.
of mankind— of “ equal rights to I deem
rates place it within reach of nil
Service of tliis summons is made by Representatives of Domestic Sewing Machines for C >os aud Curry Co’s
all” — a square deal.
; publication in pursuance of an order
j made by L . h arlocker as county judge
TH E JO U R N A L,
of Coos’ county, Oregon, dated March
I 7th. 1901», directing that service tliere-
F R A N K M O R S E , Prop, C O Q U I L L E . O R E .
Successor to the Chas. Orlsson and A ia g o Music Co..
of he made by publication in the Co-
H. P E A R C E
H A RN ESS-H AKER
BUY PIANOS OF DEALERS
Earl Goodman arrived from San
Francisco by the Plant last week
and is enjoying a visit with his
father n«d many young friends
here. It was his intention to re
Iqu ille Herald' a newspaper published
turn to Han Francisco by tho next
at the city of CuquiRe,
in Coos Phone, Main. 905.
I will pay a reward of $50.00 for county, once cacti wee» (or a |ieriod of
Elizalieth, but owing to the condi
Information that will lead to the I six weeks.
tions in that city since the earth
J. S H E R W O O D ,
. arrest and conviction o f tho party-
Attorney for Plaintiff.
quake, it is not likely that he will or pm-fies who threw a wire over
go for some time.
the electric light line, near the Myr-
ountain Tea Nuggets
n w w
tie Point depot, on the night of Rheumatic Pains Quickly Relieved.
A Busy Uedioine for Busy People
G. W. Watts, of A m .rill., Texas, January 3. 190(5, or any party or
s Golden Health and Renewed Vigor.
The excruciating pains charac
fle for Constipation, Indlprwtlon. Live
arrived here last week and is an -1 parties who may in the future, shoot teristic c ’ lieurntUisni and sciatica
- Trouble«. Pimple*, Eczema, Impure
• '•h. Sluggish Bowels. Headache
joyin g a visit with his sister, Mrs. \ off any insulator» or otherwise in- are quickly relieved by applying
> - 3 Rocky Mountain Tee In tab-
Genuine made by
W. M. Hamniack, of Fishtrap, and
Chamberlains Pain Balm. The
MPiNY, Madison, Wis.
other relatives and friends.
Ho poles, wires, or other apparatus of great pain relieving power of the
FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
the electric system of the Coquille liniment has been the surprise and
visited the H erald on Wednesday.
River Electric Company.
delight ot thousands of sufferers.
Mr. Watts will be remembered by
F r in k M orse .
Tin- quick relleffrom pain which it
many who knew him when he lived
atV r ls is hum worth many times T o
horo seventeen years ago.
H e ; Chamberlain’ s Cough Remedy the Best it-» . -r
l\>r sale by U. 8 . knowl
conies for his health, and will prob- 1
ar,() Most Popular
Thin old rolinblc Mid th®
ablv remain with ns this Hummer.
mont Bncccsnful Special
Mother» buy tt for croupy chti-
ist l't Him K ia iic I m o , still
c o n tin u e s to cu re »11
N r « u « l nu«l N e m l n u l
At Arago, April 15, 1900, Ircn, railroad men buy it for severe
l»t w e » »
I j u n o r r h t i 'A ,
«¿ le d
Mrs. H. C. Dorris, sg»d 40 years. coligli? and elderly jienple buy it
«M r le tu r e , R y p h llla
In a ll its forms. N h ln
The deceased was born in Georgia
p h e n ie « , ,\ r r ia n i
“ We seti more of
I» e > * lllt .T , I m p o l f R -
in 1HG0. Haa lived in Coo» countv Ch iinberlain’ s Coligli Remedy tinnì
-- ami fi
e v hrmlBRl W e n k -
■ plu »t* AN-------------
>. f«>r expert nwrrh
itr M ttn d I . O k « o f N » n
. ’ • » ’ «il («tf'iitA indi marka»!
for 17 years where she leaves a bus. ni»? other kiml.
I mvoc I. tlie con«eniience
It m in a tu have
(N ALL CO U NTRIES. I
----of AC If »huso »nd excemee
G ifìr/T-t vith H'asàb^t«.>*
ftW,l , prodnc'njr Wto following symptoms; sallow conn-
U s d and four »laughters to mourn t ken t i l t - leail over se verni other
i tensnee, dsrk spots under tlie eyes. P«ln in the
i liead rlngiaK in the ears, low« of confldsncs.dW* ;
t o r N in i leu demise.
The daughters good branda ” Tliere is no ques-
Patent and Infrlngtmtnt Practice Exclusively.
i donee In Approaching strAnvers. palplUtlon of the
Writ«* or corn« to un ut
I h e a rt, w e a k n e s s o f 1 l i m l « am i b a c k , lo a a o f m em -
i ro Mis A. H. Fish nnd Mrs. AVm
’ that can he pr cure»! for coughs
W A S H IN G T O N , D C.
S-uith, and Misses Henrietta and
ami coltili, wlietbcr it be a chdd or
The HrOAtfi with mi adulttli-.it is afllicted. It alw.ivs
him. « u r e a g a u r t t n t r r « » » .Persona
r .J .r .
hotv.o. Charapa rv'Htvop.iki” . r * l i î » r w rite. B
many friend» extend sympathy t»s cure* »nd cure» quickly. .«old by
(jllM .e ii.A iN K a a iN r N « A N N l’ r a iie iM
l B H Knowlton.
the bereaved unee.
Syrup, Tobacco, Cigars, etc. We carry a
full line of
TTI o i t i * a n d IrT eed.
W. R. Haines Music Co.,
Marshfield, 0 regen,
-V N ; «
D E A L E R IN
Flooring, Rustic and all kinds of Finishings and Mouldings
Constantly on hand.
Deliveries made 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