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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1906)
Children’s underwear, both wool
\y. P. Fuller’s prepared paints, Chamberlai t’s Cough Kemedy
and cotton, at J. W. Leneve’s.
oils aod varnishes at J. A. Lamb &
L. N. HAZARD, Ceeltler
R. E. SHINE. VieePrtt
A J SHERWOOD Pré».
R ocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
F IR ST N A T IO N A L B A N K
Many men give lavishly o f gold,
, „ „
Medicines that aid nature are al-
Brings Golden Health aad Renewed Vigor.
To build bridges and castles and! F
e . . — One
Bull, w ayg
A epecifle fo r Constipation, Indigestion, Live
O p C O Q U ILiU E, O R E G O N .
Ki-tuey Troubles. Pimples,
K Sffin. Inquire of B. F.Colliir, |8iu’8 Cough Remedy acts on this and
Blood. Bud Breath Sluggish i Bowels, Headache
and Backache. It's R ock y Mountain Tea In
P ra n sa c ts a G en eral B a n k i n g B u s in e s s
If you want everlasting fame, a ben
let form 85 cents .. box. Genuine m ade by
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Z.eek, of Ban- the luDR8'
« itl8 expectoration, H o l l is t e r P uco C i o m pa n v , Madison, Wis.
. . . . . .
opens the secretions, a u d aide ua-
Give the poor and needy Rocky
don, returned from a visit to the ^
in rMturiog the 8yBteni to a
Board o f Dlrootoro.
The Coquille Valley Packing Co.
R. S. Rnowl-
B»y on Saturday.
healthy condition. Sold by R, 8. pays 10c per pound for chickens — R. O. Douant,
A. J. Sherwo.nl,
N»ü.miil Bank of Commerce. New York City
L. H. Haearil,
Oiucker Wnolwootli ITI Bank, San Fronda«»
Knowlton has some special bar- Knowlton.
Queen Esther at the Masonic
K. E. Shine. Finit Nat l Rank of Portland, Portland, Oi
gains in fountain pens. A good
Opera House Friday and Saturday
D. P. STRANG, Jr j
pen fully guaranteed, for $1.00.
A. E ■ H A D S E L L ,
evenings, October 19 and 20.
Cbas. Ball and family wbo are
D R . W E T M O R E ’S
opera will be given complete each
making preparations to depart for
240 acres, 75 improved bottom land 160 good upland suitable for pasture
Whittier, California, Boon, went to
mostly seeded to orchard grass; small orchard, small fruit in abundance
Jacob A Hiss says that “ simplified Myrtle Point Saturday and will
|nd of great variety; large new house of 10 rooms; water piped from
spelling is simply r o t " When be visit relatives and friends a few days.
living spring to house and da iry; of the three barns on the place one
was learning English be probably
F o r S ale . — or trade.— A Hamil
is a large and well arranged dairy barn. All the farming tools and
said worse things than tbat about ton Piano— New. Will sell or trade
dairy implements, including mower, plow s, harrows, separator anti other
the old method.
foa stock. M bs . V iola S trang .
/ am prepared to treat ah
things to numerous to mention. Five miles from Bandon and one-half
A Baiy Mediaine for Buiy People.
County Official Paner.
1UULIBHKD EVERY WEDNESDAY.
Unvoted to ib e material nod noci»! ni
Dnilding o f the Ooqnille Valley particolari
i ni o f Coon Comity generally.
n Iis cr ip tio D ,
per year, in adranoe, fl.SO
Phone, Main 55.
COQUILLE V A L L E Y LAN D CO.
W. M. Kay was up from River
ton on Friday.
F o r S ale . — A. span of good, trusty
tiiulcs over 15 bands high.
P. F. Gehlke, of Parkersburg, had
business in town on Friday.
P R IV A T E H O S P IT A L
iorn . —In Myrtle P oin t Oregon,
W. P. Fuller’s prepared paints,
oils and varnishes at J. A. Lamb & October 7, 1906, to Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Guerin, a daughtar.
Col. C.T. Blumenrothor, the Ban-
Wm. Abernethy, father of Mrs
don real estato man, was in our
Bennet Swanton, whose leg was
city on Friday.
broken lately by being tbown from
There will be Baptist services in a horse, near Dora, is steadily im
tlie Presbyterian church next bun. proving. He is still at Roseburg,
dny Oct. 14th at 11 a. rn. and 7,30 p. and is now able to walk with the
aid of crutches.— Coos Bay News.
J. M. Riley, near Bandon, return
Robinson has a big variety of
ed from a business trip to the Bay flannels, flannelettes, teasle downs,
Friday. Ho expects to move over valour velvets, etc., to choose from.
Call and see them.
W . A. Goodman has gone to
The swellest line of art work
materials ever in Coquille just in Myrtle Point to moye a big bouse.
at Mrs. Noslers.
He will be back in a few days and
J. J. Burns, the North Bend con will then move the O. K. Creamery
tractor, wants men and aUo teams. Mr. Goodman has ordered a lot
He pays 25 cents per hour for the more tools and house-moving para-
former and 50 cents for the latter. phrenalia, and will have the best
The Everylasting fruit jar is the outfit for this purpose in Coos
kind to buy. There is no metal to county.
come in contact with the contents.
Licorice Liver Laxative, the best
Drane sells them,
Price 50 cents
For sale by R. S. Knowlton, Co
Mrs, John Linderbeck, of Arago,
quille City; C. Y, Lowe, Bandon.
wont to Bandon on Friday to see
Superintendent Hennessey,of the
her father, W . L. Hayter. and other
Newport mine, was in town yester
members of the family of that place.
day. He has been increasing the
The crops in Iowa are said to
force at the mine lately, and on Sat
have been much damaged by heavy
urday the output of coal reached
rains of late. Wall street is also
Ten more miners were
suffering from stocks that have been
put on yesterday morning, and the
too heavily wotered.
output is to be increased to 200
Duprey’s Celery Headache Pow- tons a day.— Coos Bay News.
ders, give iustant relief. Price 25
The cash customer has the ad
cents. R. S Knowlton, Coquille
vantage at T. H. Mehl & Cos. They
City; C. Y. Lowe, Bandon.
are now giving 5 per cent off of the
Mr. and Mrs. James Denholm, regular prices to all who pay cash
of Bandon, returned last Friday on the spot.
from a visit of seveal weeks in Port
W. S. Chandler, Dr. Horsfall,
land, where Mr. Denholm has H. W. Skinner and Otto Schetter
chartered the launch Meteor, Sun
day and, enjoyed a day’s trolling in
the lower bay. They found silver-
sides plentiful in the vicinity of
Glasgow and the SandpoiDt, but
didn’t get a strike until they got to
The date for the production of
Empire, where they had tine sport
Queen Esther has been set for Fri
and succeeded in landing twelve
day and Saturday nights, October
salmoD.—Coos Bay News.
19th and 20th. Reserved seats will
bo on sale at Knowlton’s Drug
Cures Chills and Fever.
Store next Tuesday.
G. W. Wirt, Nacogdoches, Texas,
Opportunity for a short time 120 says:
"H is daughter had chills
acre ranch 30 acres bottom 40 acres and fover for three years; he could
vacant timber adjoining, well situ not find nnytbing that would help
ated. $1100. Home Realty Co.
her till he used Herbine, His wife
O. W . Rea, a Portland attorney, will not keep house without it, and
cannot say too much for it.” 50c.
is in Coquille, havng come down
Sold by R. S. Knowlton.
to take in the Coos Bay country.
He is very much pleased with our
city and its surroundings and we
A one-fourth interest in the
believe has about mado up his mind equipment of the Coquille Steam
to become a Coquiller.
boat Co., consisting of the steamers
Sick headache is caused by a dis
ordered condition of the stomach
and is quickly cured by Chamber
lain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets.
For sale by R. S. Knowlton.
F or S ale . — Several line Shepherd
They are thoroughbreds
and will make valuable farm d og s
$5 apiece, kennel near Beaver Hill.
For particulars apply at this office
We acknowledge the receipt of
an invitation to nttend the wedding
of Miss Evelyn, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A. H. Thrift to Mr. John
Wilmer Stromberg, which took
place at Trinity church. Second and
St. John Street, San Jose, Califor
nia, on the Cth inst. The bride is
a sister of our townsman and county
assessor, T. J. Thrift, and Mrs. D. J.
Lowe, whils the groom is an entire
stranger to us. The H e r a l d joines
their host of friends in congratula
tions and well wishes for their fu
Do you wish to secnre a bargain
in Pianos, see M. O. Pohl, Myrtle
Point. One Parlor Grand entirely
new reduced one-half. One second
hand upright, $185. Easy Pay
Three Coos county young ladies
mado quite a record as walkers a
few days ago. The ladies in ques
tion were the Missas Mary Black,
J. Johnson and Bernetta Dorris,
who “ footed it” from Sumner, Coos
county, to this city, a distance o f
about 05 miles, making the trip in
three days tiroo with ease. They
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friend, Mrs. R.
W.Marsters.of WestRoecburga visit
and then proceeded on their war* to
Eugene, for a short stay and then
they will return and perhaps repeat
the experiment, thus savjog the
stage bill. The Indies are pprses
nnd are taking a little vacatiqn in
ttilB manner,-.=»Umpqu^ Valiev Nr
mile from Coquille river; post office and school.
J. C. Slagle and family who have
occupied the Krantz place near
Dora for the past two or three
years, moved to town last week,
having rented the Hite property
on Spurgeon Hill, and will make Co
quille their home fo. the present.
Price $30.00 per acre.
Medical and Surgical Cases.
Stock ranch of 520 acres on good county road, 5 miles from post office
and store; good public school on the place; all good grass land; the im
provements consist of a good 5-room house, barn and small orchard.
I f taken at once, $5.00 per acre. Good terms.
S p e c i a l R a t e s m a d e *o e
COQUILLE VALLEY LAND CO.,
F or S ale . — Three
milchcows and a lot of young pigs.
Inquire of K. Holverson, on the
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Big Bargain in N ice H o m e .
Train Nurses in Attendance.
F R E D
For a splendid bargain in a neat
home in Coquille you cannot do
better than to call at the H e r a l d of
fice or address Thomas Taylor, \
For Further Particulars Address
S L A G I j E
T A IL O R
C O Q U IL L E ,
S ko o ku m R e s ta u ra n t,
We fflake R a te s to
R e g u la s B o a r d e r s .
How to Cure Corns and Bunions.
C ö m m e s e i a l PeöpTe
First, soak the corn or bunion in
warm water to soften it; then pare
JOHN Y O A K A M ,
J. M. W A G N E R .
it down as closely aB possibly with
out drawing blood and apply Cham
berlain’s! Pain Balm twice daily,
rubbing vigorously for five minutes
at each application.
A corn plas
ter should be worn a few days to
protect it from the shoe. As a gen
Successors to Dean & Morgan.
eral liniment for sprains, bruises,
lameness and rheumatism, Pain
Balm is unequaled.
For sale by
R. S. Knowlton.
W . T. DEMENT
Sec’y & Mgr.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Fresh and Salt Meats, Lard
Ham and Bacon
containing 116 pages, a beautiful
lithographic plate of a group of dif
ferent fowls in natural colors, en
gravings o f all kinds of land and
water poultry, description of the
breeds, plans for poultry houses
how to manage an incubator, all
about caponiziDg and the values of
different breeds. It will be mailed
to any of our readers for 15 cents
by the Associated Fanciers 400
North Third Street, Philadelphia,
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Saved His Lite.
J. W . Davenport, Wingo, Ky.,
writes, June 14, 1902:
“ I want to
tell you I believe Ballard’s Snow |
T H O M P S O N ’S
ty of Trained Teachers.
Four, Five and Six Year Courses.
English, Latin, German and Music.
New Physical and Chemical Laboratories.
BuildiDg newly furnished.
Two free scholarships to each school district in Coos and Curry Counties
For further information, address
A. L. BRIGGS, President,
D avid F ulton , Local
STEWART & WHITE, Props.
P hone, M ain 238.
3d & D Sts., Marshfield,
COOS CO. MARBLE AHO GRANITE TORES
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Myrtle Point, Ore.
A complete stock o f Harness, Saddles, Collars, etc., always
on hand. Also carry a stock o f tents, wagons couers, horse
covers, lap robes and everything usually found in a firs t
D ra n e ’s S to re ,
D E A L E R IN
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
Syrup, Tobacco, Cigars, etc. W e carry a
A C H O IC E L IN E O F
full line of
F lo u r an d. F e e d .
Everything found in a first-class Grocery. Prices the 1owest
consistent with good goods.
F R O N T S T . _______________
C O Q U IL L E
th«* b e s t G o os C o u n ty C oal
I R. Nosier,
Any P*‘ r*o n furnishing sufficient
evidence for the recovery of prop
ertv go taken and conviction of the
P " 1' - concerned, will be given
on*'n*u of the property recovered.
SOI’ THERN OREGON COMPANY.
Wr guarantee better work
at lower prices than can be
had elsewhere. Do not order
Monumental work until you
haue called upon or written
us for prices.
Next door to UoQuille Valiev Packing Co.
dar timber upon Lots 2 and 3 and the
W IL L M E E T A L L B O A T S A N D T R A IN S .
South-east quarter of the North-west
quarter and the South-west quarter of Parties having hauling of anv kind will receive prompt attention by call-
the North-east quarter of section 2,
in Phone 116.
TownBhip 29, South, Range 13 West,
Coos County, Oregon. Said sale will lie
made pursuant to an order and license
signed bythe the County Judge of said
county, dated the 7th day of Septemlier.
A. D. 190«.
MINERVA E. LILLIE.
Coquille Steam Laundry Building
Guardian of the persona and estates of
Any |>prR>-n rutting Timber or
Bark of any description on the land,
of thc Southern Oregon Company,
or removing same, or other property
from said Ian Is, without being duly '
authorized in writing, will be Prose.
euled aorordinR to Uw.
AGENT FOR MORNING OREGONIAN
Successor toChas. Moomavv.
«E S J S J IS ^ IA L S O
M o n u m en ts and H ead sto n es
By Chicago wholesale
and mail order bouse, assistant man
ager (man or woman) for this coun
ty and adjoining territory.
PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS, COQUILLE, OREGON
$20 and expenses paid weekly; ex
pense money advanced.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
pleasant; position permanent. No
VV. T. DEM
investment or experience required. JOH N YOAKAM
J. VV. W A G N E R
Spare time valuable. Write at once
for particulars and enclose self-ad
KO It A -
dressed envelope. Superintendent,
H a ir
O ih t
G -o o cL S h a v e
a n d
132 Lake S t Chicago, 111.
A Judicious Inquiry.
• A, V tl1 k,"OWn, l T RlinK T " T h°
visits the drug trade says he has
often heard druggists inquire of
customers who asked for a cough
medicine, whethor it was wanted
T " " *du*K*.n,<* if
ch.ld they almost .nvariably recom-
mended Chamberlain s Cough Rem-
edy. The reason for this is that
they know there is no danger from
it and that it alwavs cure. There
is not the least danger in giving it,
and for coughs, colds and crom, It
For sale b f R. g.
T u e s d a y , Sept. 2 5 ,
Coquille Transfer Co.,
O p e n s
ENTERPRISE MEfIT CO.,
Lone S ta r R estaurant
- ■ i. « »
Central Oregon State Normal School
An excellent Library.
and they told me one of my lungs j
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was entirely gone, and the other j
handles a fine line of Stationery ana
badly affected. I also had a lump ^ m rs'
all o f the Latest Noueltles in connection.
on my side.
I don’t think that I
could have lived over two months
longer. I was induetd by a friend First Class
M eals at all Hours
From 5 a m to 9 P M,
to try Bullard’s Snow Liniment.
Dispatch and Favorite, and three The first application gave me great
Inquire of Capt. T. D relief; two fifty cent hottles cured
me sound and well.
It is a won
derful medicine and I recommend
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it to suffering humanity.
Insomnia and Indigestion Cured.
M RS C. O. G ILK E Y , Proprietoress
R. 8. Knowlton.
“ Last year I bad « severe attack
sonable Rata to
Special Attention Given
o f indigestion.
I could not sleep
to Commercial People
NOTICE OF GUARD IAN SALE.
at night and suffered most excru
ciating pains for three hours after
Notice is hereby given that on and
I was troubled this
the 24th day of October, A. D.
way for about three months when I
used Chamberlain’s Stomach nnd 190«, I will sell at private sale for part
and Liver Tablets, and received cash and part credit, the following de
immediate relief,” says John Dixon, scribed property helonning to the estate
S u ccessor to F o x 's Transfer.
Tullamore, Ontario, Canad.
For of Roaa Lillie, Albert Lillie ami Clyde
Lillie, minors, to-w it: The standing ce
sale by R. 8. Knowlton.
A B o o k on p ou ltry
In case you are thinking of buy- j
ing a piano, you should see Haines,
JVlealls a t a l H o u f s
the Marshfield dealer. He keeps on F ir s t -C la s s
F P om 6 a m to 9 p m .
S e r v ic e .
band a stock of standard makes, and j
lives here in the county where be
can be seen at any time in regard ]
to contracts, etc. And, it should be A T T H E
remembered that his profits go to j
build up and support the county
C. A H A R R IN G T O N , P roprietor.
and its institutions, and not those of
some other state.
S p e c ia l A tte n tio n G iv e n to
m in t.
M ARSH FIELD
A private hospital for the care and treatment of medical, surgical
and obstetrical cases.
Equipment new ami modern
# lo to $ 3 0 p er w e e k
Including room, baard, g.meral nursing and drugs.
Accepted throughout the civilized world
ns the most universally satisfactory il-
Cleanest, Most Convenient,
CHEAPEST light known.
That furnished by the
class and up to date in every respect.
The rates place it within reach of all
Miss S. C. Lakeman, Matron.
FRANK MORSE, Prop. COQUILLE, ORE.