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T h e P r e s i d e n t ’* U l t i m a t u m .
Myrtle Point Item*.
F o r S a le .
U. S. soldiers wboseived in Cuba
during the Spanish war know what
this disease is. nnd that ordinary
remedies have little more effect
than so much water. Cuban diar-
rhoe is utmost as severe and dan
gerous os u mild attack of cholera.
There is one remedy, however that
can ulways lie depended upon as
will lie seen by tlio following certifi
cate from Mrs. Minnie Jacobs of
Houston, Texas: I hereby certify
that Clminberlaili’s Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy cured my
husband of a severe attack of Cuban
diarrhoea, which lie brought home
from Cuba. We had several doc
tors but they did him no good.
One bottle of this remedy cured
him, as our neighbors will testify.
I thank God for so valuable a med
icine.” For sale by R. S. Knowl
W asted .— Gentleman
The sineerest tribute that cun bo
with good reference, to travel by paid to superiority is imitation.
The many imitations of DeWitt’s
rail or with a rig, for a firm of $250,- Witch Hazel Siilvetliut are now be
Salary $1,072.00 fore the public proves it the best.
per venr and expense»; salary paid Ask for DeWitt’s. Good for burns,
scalds, chaffed skin, eczema, tetter,
weekly nnd expenses advanced. cuts, bruises, boiles nnd piles.
Address, with stamp, Jos. A. Alex Highly recommended and reliable.
Sold by II. S. Knowlton.
Coquille City, Ore.
Mr. and Mr7~Geo. Guerin re-
Far,n ot 155 ^
Corporate arrogance and corpor
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20. 1906, ate influence for the furtherance of
ifornia where they have spent the Dlile ,rom MVrtle
11 l0 “ -
selfish ends that are a menace to the
past seven months. They went on tains 140 ames of river bottom; 15
Reliel lot the Squattern
public bave run against a snag. 1
account of Mrs. G .’s health which “ cre8 ot low l8V<’1 beuch laDd~ 60
President Roosvelt is determined
has been wonderfully improved. acreg m cultivation entirely free
The most legitimate and logical
that this meatpacking scandal shall
objection ever entered by the land-
be eliminated, and eliminated in the When the train pulled into the sta- i ,roul l>tu,uP8- and a 8uflWe,,t amom,t
grabbers against the forest-reserve
'» “ l’1«. 011 b81*
proper manner. He insists that tion it looked as if the major por- i of h*rdwood-
tion of Myrtle Point was there to ancs of bottom land to pay for clear-
policy >vas that it withheld from
there shall be reform of the genuine
greet them, but it was only the iD8 88,1161
settlement a vast area of rich agri
sort. He proposes that the Nation
bonse, fair barn, 250 large bearing
cultural land. Of course the great
al inspection of the packing-houses
fruit trees; place well watered and
er part of the opposition to the
and their products shall be thor glad to welcome them home.
cun be cut into 2, 3 or 4 smaller
forest reserves came from the great
Mr. and Mrs. Driesbaugb, daugh
ough; that in fact as well as in ap-
places, each well watered; property
land barons, who were not interest
pearanoe it shall insure to pur ter and son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. is but tbree.fourths of mile from a
ed in agriculture, but who were after
chasers of meat products at home R. Lundy, came up on the steamer well equipped high school, and is
the rich timber which the forest-
and abroad cleanliness and fitness Kilburn from San Francisco, as Mr. one of the early selections and one
reserve policy has placed beyond
for consumption. Either this or D.’s place of business was destroyed. of the choicest places in Coo coun
J- G- Fish
their reach. They enlisted in the
the war will not cease, as far as he
Mr. and Mrs. E. Lane came up ty, Belongs to an estate and must
MANUFACTURERS ol Butter Boxes, Cubes, Apple and Fruit noxe*
cause of the agriculturist— not be
is concerned. A formidable situa two weeks sgo and Mrs. Lane is be sold. Fur particulars and prices
Cabinets, Tables, Counters, Store Fronts, etc.
Full stock of A. A. Cutter shoes
cause they cared anything about
Turning Work a Specialty.
All Orders give*
tion for the millionaire meatpackers, now filling her old position at Ma apply to
S h er w ood ,
his rightB, but because, in this par
when we consider the weapons at chado's store.
C oquille, Oregon.
ticular matter, his claim on the land
the President’s command and the
Oliver and Fred Spires, Roland
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
was the only one which was entitled undoubted steadfastness of purpose
M M la a t a l l H o a r s
What good does it do you to eat if Department of the Interior, Land Office F i l a t e l a »
Leep, Ernest Snyder and several
to consideration. Congress has at
a t i a t t l P S .
at Roseburg, Oregon, May 12, 100*5.
with which they will be used.______ other young men returned Thursday
last recognized the right of the ag
Notice is hereby gives that the fol-
The people are with the President from school to spend their vacation. food? None. It does you harm—
lowiiig-imined settler has filed notice of
riculturist by enacting a law per in this matter. They hail in him a
The Centennial band gave a con ulence, etc. When tlie stomach his intention to make final proof in sup
mitting the homesteading of ag
champion who is not to be bam cert and strawberry social Saturday fails a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure port of his claim, and that said proof
will he made before the County Clerk
ricultural lands in forest reserves.
digest and Clerk of County Court of Coos
boozled nor bullyragged. lie has night at Smith’s hall. Their enter after each
This law will remove all legitimate
M R S C O. O IL K E Y P roprtetorea#
at his office at Coquille, Oregon
played fair with the packers. They tainments are always good.
on July 20th, 1906, viz: William A.
S p a d a i A t t e n t io n O lv a a
objection to the forest-reserve pol
ach sweet. R. S Knowlton.
in their turn have undertaken to
Custer, Homestead Application No. 13,-
Mr. P. Cole who has been at the
to c o m m o t o l s l P a o p la
icy as it now stands, and will be stack the cards; and if the game is
F. J. Marshall a New York wood 570 for the SWVJ of Section 21, Tp 28
R egular Boarders
Hotel Guerin for a long time is pulp paper mill man is here looking South, Range 13 West, W. M.
welcomed by thousands of settlers
to go that way, it shall not be un
He names the following witnesses to
dangerously ill with pneumonia.
all over the United States.
over the country and may find a prove his continuous residence upon,
less the trickerv is exposed to the
Many of these forest reserves con
Mr. E. A . Adams who with his suitable location for a plant of that and cultivation of, said land, viz: Frank
N. Miller, Ithamer 8. Robison and Ca
DR. W E T M O R E ’S
tain “ squatters” who have been
son has been for some time near kind in our valley, which we are leb T. Robison, all of Arago, Oregon,
holding their claims for more than
It is a matter of serious regret
greatly in hopes he may.
B e n ja m in L. E d d y ,
twenty years, awaiting the coming that the omnibus lighthouse bill the past week and is now very ill st
Ernest Bosk, of Bandon, who was
of the surveyor and an opportunity should have been shorn of one of his home.
recently operated upon for appendi
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR.
to perfect title.
In some cases of its most important provisions be
Mr. and Mrs. E. Jenkins take citis by Dr. Horsfall, of Marshfield,
Notice is hereby given that the un
these squatters hove made improve fore it was agreed upon in confer their departure for the Klamath
is fast improving and expects to be dersigned was by the County Court of
ments valued at several thousand ence committee. The amendment country this week. They go by
Coos County, Oregon, on the 15th day
am prepared to treat all
well in a short time, though his life of May 1900, duly appointed the admin
dollars, and to refuse them the right of Senator Piles, of Washington, for private conveyance.
was dispared of at one time
Medical and Surgical Cases.
to perfect title to these claims would a steel vessel for Swiftsure Bank, off
deceased, late of said county, and that
be a manifest injustice.
While the entrance of the Straits of Fuca,
That Tired FePling.
estate, are hereby required to present
there are still some large areas of was cut out, leaving this passage to been sick with pneumonia since her
If you are languid, depressed, in them to me, duly verified, at the office
Spaaial Rataa mada to* nooouoho.
& Chase, in Coquille, Oregon,
very good land available for settlers the “ graveyard of the Pacific,”
capable for work, it indicates that in Sperry
Coos County, Oregon, within six
outside of forest reserves, it is a where bleach the skeletons of ships
months from the date of this notice.
Mr. Pike of the Mill Store took
Dated this 22nd day of May, 1906.
fact that the best lands have been from every port, without this needed his little seven.year-old daughter to will assist nature to throw of head
W. J. LICHTY,
aches rheumatism and ailments
taken up by the people who have sentinel. The fate of the Valencia San Francisco to have her eyes
of the Estate of John W .
akin to nervousness and restore the Administrator
been coming into the Pacific North and the disclosures attendant upon treated last week.
Train Nurses in Attendance.
energies and vitality of sound and
west for the paBt fifty years. With the dire calamity that followed her
O bserver .
J. J. Hubbard TIM BER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878.—
Temple, Texas, writes. “ I have
in the bounds of the forest reserves wreck have, it seems, been soon for
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
For Further Particulars Address
the situation is different, lor the in gotten. Or perhaps the horrors of
The annual school meeting of used Herbine for the past two years.
It has done me more good than all
U n ite d S t a te s L a n d O f f ic e ,
accessibility of many of these re. this wreck were without import to district No. 8 took place on Monday
Roseburg, Oregon, May 3, 1906.
the doctors. It is the best medicine
Notice is hereby given that in compli
serves has served as a protection the men from the inland regions, to at the school honse in this city with ever made for chills and fever.” 50c
ance with the provisions of the Act of
against the invasion of the land- whom the cyclone cellar region, to an attendance of about 22 voters.
For sale by R. S. Knowlton.
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled “ An
Act for the sale of timber lands in the
seekers, and, under the protection whom the cyclone cellar represents R. S. Knowlton was re-elected di
States of California, Oregon, Nevada,
of the Government, some of the all that is necessary for the protec rector for three years, and O. C.
and Washington Territory,” as extend
to all the Public Land States by Act
choicest agricultural land on earth tion of human life from the stress Sanford clerk for one year.
Notice is hereby given “ that all ed
of August 4, 1892,"
iB still untouched or haB been only of storm.—Oregonion.
have just had one of the best, and Coos county warrants" drawn on the
SAM W . JOHNSON,
partially improved by the squatters
in the opinion of many, the most General Fund prior to July 1st of Coauille, County of C003, State of
Oregon, has this day filed in this office
who have pushed beyond the limits
You cannot induce a lower ani successful terms of school ever 1906, will be paid on presenta his sworn statement No. 6696 for the
We guarantee better wot h
mal to eat heartily when not feel taught in this district, and by the tion at my Office in Coquille Oregon. purchase of the S
of NE 'J , SE '4 of
of the reserves.
NW 14 , NE '4 of SW ' 4, of Section No.
ing well. A sick dog starves him way the affairs of the district have
at lower prices than can be
It is of great importance, not only
No interest will bo allowed after 4, in Township No. 27 South, Range No.
self, and gets well.
11 West, W. M „ and will offer proof to
to these settlers, but to the coun once overworked, must have rest been haudled, the people saw no June 25, 1006.
had elsewhere. Do not order
show that tlie land sought is more val
try as a whole, that some assurance the same as your feet or eyes. You reason for a change, and the re-
uable for its timber or stono than for
J. B. D ulley .
Monumenial work until you
be given these squatters that their don’ t have to starve to rest your election of these officers was Treasurer of Coos County, Oregon. agricultural purposes, and to establish
his claim to said land before the County
haue called upon or written
interests will be safeguarded, and
Cierk and the Clerk of County Court of
Dated June 25, 1006.
takes up the work for your stom
Coos County, at bis office at Coquille,
full and complete detailed report of
thu new law will enable them to pro
us for prices.
ach, digests what you eat and gives
Have You a Cough
ceed with their improvements, se it a rest.
Saturday, the 28th day of July, 1906.
Puts it back in condi the last year’s transactions, as well
A dose of Ballard’s Horehound He names as witnesses:
cure in the knowledge that they tion again.
You can’t feel good as a prospective resume of the prob
D a v id F u lton , Local Agent, Coquille.
Lee Neely, Herbert Johnson, Glenn
Try able collections and expenditures Syrup will relieye it. Have you a Barker ami Bert Teters, all of Fairview,
can some day perfect title to their with a disordered stomach.
STEWART & WHITE, Props.
fur the coming school year, which cold?
claims. It is highly essential that Kodol. Sold by R. S. Knowlton.
Anv and all persons claiming adverse
Try it for whooping cough, for
P b on e, M ain 238.
the timber thieves should be kept
Claude Fox, the transfer man, were very instructive and interest asthma, for consumption, for bron ly the above-described lands are re
3d & D Sta., M arabfield, Ore.
out of the forest reserves, but it is has sold his business to Is Nosier, ing to the taxpayers, which we have chitis. Mrs. Joe McGrath, 327 E.
on or before said 28th day of July, 1906.
equally important that legitimate whom we mention elsewhere in this not the space to give this week, but Streee Hutchinson, Kans. writes;
B e n jam in L. E d d y ,
“ I have used Ballard’s Horehound
■ settlers be given an opportunity to paper as having just arrived from will give in the near future.
Syrup in my family for 5 years,
develop the portions of the reserves southern California.
The Clean-up meeting called for
which are exceptionally valuable for has lived a number of years in this | Monday evening was fairly well at and find it the most palatable med
T H E N EW ID E A
■ ■ THE 0RI6INAL LAXATIVE V V
icine I ever used. For sale by R.
agricultural purposes, but not neces city and lequires no introduction to tended, and a permanent organiza S. Knowlton.
sarily of vital importance to the our people. While he has Dever tion effected. Mrs. Joe Bledsoe
general plan of forest-reserve pro conducted a business of that kind | was elected president ami Mrs
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
here, he has in California, and will j Candlin acted as secretary. A con
not be lacking in experience.
His stitution and by-laws were adopt to the order ot the County Court of the
State of Oregon, for Coos county, made
Moves thi Bowels
Best for Children
8*«cimrii«MWNEN(yMiit ■ f c t L S E i ,<a
A cute K heum atism .
many friends will be glad to see ed. A committee on ways and and entered in the journal of said court
He will take means was adopted consisting of F. on the 8th day of May, 190G, in the mat
Deep tearing or wrenching pains, him settle here.
occasioned by getting wet through; charge of the teams July 1st.
« OvOTAYa O
Belloni, J. J. Stanley and J. G. Fish. ter of the estate of R. H. Charlton, de
worse when at rest, or on firBt mov
ceased, the undersigned, the «Inly ap
ing the limbs nnd in cold or damp
pointed, qualified and acting adminis-
weather, is cured quickly by Bal through town yesterday on his way Clyde Gage, Mrs. F. Belloni and trator of the eaid estate, will from and
lard’s Snow Liniment.
Oscar to the valley, where he will visit his Mrs. J. J. Stanley.
Oleson Gibson City, 111. writes, father, W. H. Averill, who is now
the 14th day of July, 1 9 0 6 .
an ted :
proceed to pell all of the right, title and
and mail order bouse, assistant man
“ A year ago I was troubled with
interest which the paid deceased had at
a pain in my back. It soon got so goes to Cape Disappointment to en ager (man or woman) for this coun the time of his death, and all of the
bad I could not trend over.
One ter the life saving service.
ty and adjoining territory.
Salary right, title and interest which said
bottle of Ballard’s Snow Liniment
$20 and expenses paid weekly; ex estate has since acquired by operation j
cured me.” Sold by R. S. Knowl-
pense money advanced.
Work of law, in and to the hereinafter de-1
Owing to the change of manage pleasant; position permanent. No scribed real property, at private sale,
a «•» • - • -----
for cash in hand at time of sale; or if
ment of the Coquille Mill A Mer investment or experience required.
the same cannot be obtained, then for
cantile Co., it kindlv requests its Spare time valuable. Write at once one half in rash and the balance on
Washington, June 15.—The post- patrons whose bills are due to call for particulars and enclose self-ad reasonable time with approved security
office department announces the at their office and settle for same or dressed envelope. Superintendent, and interest on all deferre«! payments.
Saiil real properly is described as
following changes in annual salaries make arrangement for settlement.
132 Lake S t Chicago, III.
follows, to wit: The Northeast quarter
C oqitiu . i M il l A M ercantile Co.
of Oregon postmasters, effective
Mrs. Elton Tyrrell, accompanied of the Northwest quarter of gection
Cures Old Sores
by her father, D. D. Pierce, go to Thirty-five in township Twenty-eight,
South of Range thirteen, VVeat of the j
Junction City, Coquille and Leb
Westmoreland, Kans. May 5, Marshfield today to take the steamer Willamette Meridian, in Coos County,
anon >1200 to $1300; Wasco $1200 1902: Rnllards, Snow Liniment Co.,
Alliance for Eureka, California, State of Oregon, also a right and privi
to $1400; Ontario $1500 to $1600; Your Snow Liniment cured an old
where Mrs. Tyrrell will join her lege to forever use all water that is at \
Marshfield and Medford $1700 to sore on the side of my chin that was
husband who went to Humboldt this date, ami was on the 23rd day of i
$1800; Silverton and Woodburn supposed to be »cancer. The sore
county last winter. Mr. Pierce goes September, 1902, brought onto said
land in pipes from other lands in the
$1400 to $1500; Roseburg $2000 was stubborn and would not yield
to treatment, until I tried 8now on to San Pedro on busineps con vicinity thereof and which, prior to
$2100; Oregon City $2200 to $2300; Liniment, which did the work in
nected with the Coquille Mill A Novemlier 13th, 1891, belonged to J. W. ‘
Pendleton $2400 to $2500.
Rhort order My sister, Mrs. Sophia | Mercantile Co.
Wimer, and a right and privilege to
Decreases— Lakeview and Moro J. Carson Allensville, Miffin Co. Pa.
enter u|»on said other lands to keep in
$1300 to $1200; Sumpter $1700 to has a sore and mistrusts that it is
repair the pi pies now used and to be
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
a cancer. Please send her a 50c.
used in conducting said water on the
$1600; Union $1500 to $1400.
bottle. For sale by R. 8. Knowl-
said premises \)>ove described; reserv
ing and excepting a certain right of way
Thousands annually bear witness
; Coos connty, Oregon, her final ncoonnt in
and BOX FACTORY
Lone Star Restaurant
Monuments and Headstones
COOS CO. MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS
Don’t Forget the Painting of Your
We have Pattons Sun Proof Lead.
100 lbs. carries 7 gallons oil making 11
An absolute 6-year
guarantee to every user.
Don’t Forget That harvset
Time is Near.
W e have a full line of Tools includ
ing Champion Mowers and Rakes.
to *.he efficiency of Early Risers.!
DR. BERT E. SCHOONMAKER
These pleasant, reliable little pills
b tyelong borne a reputation second
to i,one as a laxative and cathartic. c r o w n , B r i d g e a n d G o l d
They are as staple as bread in
Work a Specialty.
millions o f homes.
Will nromptly relieve
All Work Guaranteed.
constipation without griping, Bold
by R. 8. Knowlton.
P hone M ain 1101. MARSHFIELD
the matter of the Administration of the
Estate of J. H. Minard. deconsed: and that
< mid court h » set lharodsy. the l?th day
; ol Joly, 1906, an th* day for hearing <>!>-
jeetions to mid final aoonnnt nnd Ibe tel-
tinmen» of mid estate.
Dated this 9th day of Jane. 1S0K,
Administratrix of the
Estate of 1. H. Min
ori, De «eased.
heretofore sold along the south lincf of
P^mises above described, the said
right ol way bring o l the width of four-
teen feet and extending oast and west
along said south linn,
Dated this 11th day of June, 1906.
Ad m ini, tra tor of the
Estate of R. If.
Charlton, de. eased.
you want the best at prices to suit, we
T. H. MEHL
CO Q U ILLE