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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1909)
I l u w r l C o m |i I a ■ ii t In f l i l l i l m i .
G R O C E R IE S
When six months old the little
Ace- ld.ng t-> a Pi rtlan t minister daughter of E. N. Dewey, a well
the end f the « 1 1 i is about due. known merchant of Agnewville,
D F. DEAN, PROPRIETOR
But we urn not going to take any Va , l ad an attack of cholera iufan-
tum. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
C O. DRYDEN M A N A G E R
stock in the prediction. Almost and Diarrhoea Remedy was given
every eight or ten months now for and effected a complete cure. This
üountv Official Paper. 1 tho past 20 years we have packed remedy has proven very successful
uj> our suit case and paid our board in cases of bowel complaint iu
I UHLI8HKD EVEKY WEDNESDAY. | bill, put ou a clean collar and other children, and when given according
to the plain printed directions can j
wise prei ared to leave in a hurry, be relied upon with periect confi
I' voted to ib e nuitcrutl mut social ui
When reduced with water
• il lin g o f the C oq u ille V alley imrt.onlarly only to be con.polled to unpack and dence.
o f Coos C om ity g e n e ra lly .
begin all over again to acquire ! and sweetened it is pleasant to take,
isonn tion , p e r y e a r .in advance, ( 1 .S 0
auothcr boa- I bill. They don’t j which is of great importance when I
I a medicine must be given to young j
fool us that way any more.
children. For sale bv R. S. Kuowl-1
Phone, Main 55.
f°** TllOJSC W ll«» I l i l T C
i d ’l l T i ' o n l i l o .
After doctoring for about twelve
years for a t>.id stomach trouble,
and spending nearly five hundred
dollars for medicine and doctors’
fees, I purchased my wile one box
of Chamber! in's Stomach and Liv
er Tablets, which did her so much
good that she continued to use
them and they have done her more
good than all of the medicine I
bought before. - S ami hi . B oyf . h , Fol
som, Towa This medicine is for
sale by It. S. Knowlton. Samples
Interesting Facts About Seattle
Seattle, July 14.—Lumbermen
from all parts of the United States,
representing interests that control
the entire timber wealth of the
country, will congregate at the
from Monday, July 19, to Wednes
day, Ju ly 27.
The Logging Congress, which
Progress in Cuba.
will be held in Seattle at that time,
is one of the greatest annual in
With the be^intiing of the pres
dustrial congresses now held in the
United States. Hitherto these ent fiscal year the Republic of Cuba
sessions have been held in the established a Bureau of Informa
East. The western lumbermen tion, President Gomez appointing
consider this a3 the most important Leon J. Canovn, n i l American news
event ever known to the lumbering paper man, wlioh - resided in Cuba
interests of the Pacific Coast.
eh ven yoais and has a wide ac
The meetings will be held in the quaintance with the Island, as its
Hoo Hoo building which was built dire-tor.
on the Exposition grounds espec
Parties wishing information of
ially for this congress. The struc any nature concerning Cuba can
ture was put up by a number of obtain same, free of ediarge, by
Seattle lumbermen at the cost of writing to Leon J. Canovn, U. and
510,000. The amount spent for I. Bureau. (Utility anil Information
entertainment, it is estimated, will Buaonu.) Deportment of Agricult
bring the cost to over $25,000.
ure, Comm rce ami Labor, Havana.
The Hoo Hoo building itself has Cuba.
been designed as an exhibit of what
Many people with chronic throat
the West can do in lumber. All
of the finishings are of tho finest and lung trouble have found corn-
tort and relief in Foley's Honey and
lumber which could be picked on 1'ar, as it cures stubborn coughs
the Coast. One room is furnished alter other treatment has failed.
in Redwood from Humboldt county L M. Reggies, Keasoner, Iowa,
in California. Another room is ir writes: "The doctors said 1 had
consumption, and I got no better
picked Douglas Fir.
until I took l-’oiey’s Honey and Tar
The purposo of the lumbermen It stopped the hemorrhages and
of the state is to familiarize the pain in my lungs and they
vis’tors with western timber. It is are now as sound as a bullet.” For
expected that it will do more to -ale by C. J. Fuhrman.
advertise this great resource of the
West among tho investors of the
East than any other event.
Baby Christening Day on July
20 is one of the unique features of
the week. All babies born in Be
Any person cutting timber or
attle during the month of Juno will bark of any description on the lands
be christened at the Exposition of the Southern Oregon Company,
with appropriate exercises.
or removing same, or other proper
Portland Day on Tuesday, July ty, from sai l 1 mils, without being
20, will be well attended. The duly authorized in writing, will lie
Portland Commercial Club accom prosecuted according to la«'.
panied by the Oregon Journal Car
Any person furnishing sufficient
rier’s band of 25 pieces will come evidence fur the recovery of pro
in a body. There are already at perty so taken nnd conviction of tire
the Exposition a largo number of parties concerned, will tie given otio-
Portland people and this crowd lmlf of the property recovered.
will join with tile official delegation
Southern Oregon Company.
in making the day a notable one
The Japanese of Beattie are
planning an Oriental celebration CALL ON
for Wedneday, when the Japanese
building will be officially dedicated.
Butte and Anaconda will be the
center of attraction on Thursday,
and inspect the largest
Ju ly 22, A special train of eight
and most handsome
sleepers, two diners, an observation
line of Gents’ Furnish
car and a baggage car, will loave
ing Goods in the City.
Butte on the 20th bearing a large
delegation from Montana,
The Newest and most
Thursday will also be Redmeu’s j handsome thing in the
Day. The parade will form at the City in
stadium in the morning.
This BO O TS
day follows the adjournment of the
Great Council at Tacoma.
The Btato M edieal Associations of
Washington, Oregon, Idaho amt
British Columbia «ill convene- at
the Exposition from July 21 ti
When you want a
♦ •’ ♦
D. L. Perkins
i «»lie, < J i o l m t
11 I t n i H M l j
i t i i «1
quick cure without any
Good Bargains in Real Estate, j
Six-room residence, good location
—lot 50x100 feet; fine lawn. A l
snap for $1100.
Business property bringing $100
A good investment.
And other snaps, see
S tutsman A Co.
“Get m a r r i e d , ’ ’ Bays Senator De-
Pew. But he doesn’t say how ofteD.
He is a poor stick who will not
work tor the advancement of bis
If people with symptoms of kid
ney or bladder trouble could real
ize their danger they would without
loss of time commence taking Fo
ley’s Kidney Remedy. This great
remedy stops the pain and the
builds up these organs and there is
no danger ot Brights’ disease or
other serious disorder. Do not dis
regard the early symptoms. For
sale by C. J. Fuhrman.
R a t e s
OREGON SHORT LINE
RAILROAD & NAVIGATION CO.
$3 From Chicag’o
$30.50 From 6 t. Louis
$25 From Omaha
52 From Kansas C ity
The Best Coal
in Coos county
I CAN SUPPLY EVERY ORDER
For anything to Feed Man, Horse or Fowl, and
my Prices are Established on the “ Live and Let
$5.00 per Ton
Leave Orders W ith Wm. Oddy
Phone Main 295
D R A N E
E Q U IP P E D W IT H W IR e L e S S
Ste am e r
Capt. E. D. Parsons
Coos Bay and Portland
Sails from Portland Saturdays at 8 p. m.
Sails from Coos Bay Tuesdays at service of tide.
H. W. SKINNER, Agt.
H N. LORENZ, Agt.
JVïeal» a t a l l H o u r s
p r o r a 6 a m to 9 p m .
AT TH E
Accepted throughout the civilized world
as the most universally satisfactory il
luminant for all purposes the Cleanest,
Most Convenient, and the CHEAP
EST light known.
That furnished by the COQUILLE
class and up to date in every respect
The rates place it within reach of all
FRANK MORSE, Prop, COQUILLE, ORE.
C. A. HARRINGTON, Proprietor.
S p o e t a i A t t e n t i o n G i v e n to
C t t m m e n e i t t l Men
Wo H a k e R a t e a to
c e g u la t t B o a r d e r s .
Stilemi! of Coquil e Rira Trasportata Comsaur.
Leave Coquille 9:30 A. M.
“ 7:30 “ “
Arrive at “ 9
10:30 A. “
Leave Bandou 6:30 A.
Arrive at “
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’S M A G A Z IN E
Johnson Lu m b er C o .
Keeps iu stock a complete line of Rough and
Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Rustic, Ceiling,
Our Dry Sheds are roomy and are filled with
the most complete stock of Finishing Lumber
TO THE PUBLIC
Writ« letters to everybody you know
in the East and tell them about these
low colonist rates. Hend them litera
ture about Oregon, or send their ad
dresses to us and we will do it. In this
way you can be a great help in the
growth and progress of your State.
in the Coquille Valley.
Estimates gladly furnished.
Prices as low as
you CAN PREPAY FARES
for anyone from any place if you want
to. Deposit the necessary amount with
our local agent and he will telegraph
Inquire of Agents or write to
WM. Me MU HU AY
General Passenger Agent
The Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co
Southern Pacific Co. (Lines in Oregon)
Yard and Office, ftor)t St. near Depot.
Portland and Coos Bay S. S. Line
Ba^erv, Sails From Ainsworth Doch, Portland, Wednesdays at 8 P. M.
E. C. HOLLOWAY, PROP.
Br. all, Cake, Pica, Cookie., Oin- 1 W>
M IL L E R ,
(fivei; order, fur banquets, dinner. I PAUL L. STERLING, AGENT. CQUILLE, PHONE NO. 181
"The safe an 1 reliable tiwn
fhe New ami Speedy
S ir Elizabeth
THE COQUILLE RIVER LINE
Betw een S a n F r a n c is c o and B a n d o n
Steamers FIFIELD and BANDON
T w i n
S c re v v ,
Ist Class Passage
........c_ F ,VB CENTS A COPY
N E W I D E A P U B L I S h V n G C OMP ANY NE W Y O R K
TO O U R READERS
Sails for Portland E very Saturday
loss o f time, and one
that is followed by no
“It affords me pleasure to state I
consider the preparation known as
had results, use
Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera md
Capt. Olien, Master.
Diarrhoea Remedy the lust :)ni|
make regular trip* he* *
surest of good results o( an\ I I n ,
ever used in my lamily,” - n s I’ p;
Colic, Cholera and
C o q u i ll e R iv e r an l an
Herrington, of M mnt Aerial, Kv.
F ra n c is c o .
This is the universal verdict of al
N o S to p o ver a t W a y Port*.
who use this remedy. It.
It never fails and is
Kim-trie i.iKht*. Kverything m Ktr.i
so prompt and effectual that p op'e
('las •< Style.
pleasant and safe to take.
take pleasure in recommending i
For sale by It S Kiowlton
It is equally valuable for
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How Thieves Live
It is famous
A :I20 acre South Atrn-an Vet- rat,
Charles Somerville, the
Boil nty Lind Certificate issued In
part o f the civilized
the Depait'uent of (lie in' in, ,
reporter, is only one of the
Government of Canada, Oita.-,a
big features that make the
under the Volunteer Bounty Act,
1908. Good for 820 acres of am
July E verybody ’ s very much
Dominion land open for entry in 1 ¡ Fol- V\
Horn V nut Tar not oil I n ’
Alberta, .Saskntewan, c r Manitot-
* » T - !l “ ri-nic coti);hs iliat w« 'a k e n
There arc five other live
Any person over tho age of Is ! Uto coo*-til Util 1 uni develop into
articles, and SIX STORIES
years, man or woman, can sequin , c’.» n s u m ¡ >(¡<• 11 , lull heals and • ¡t ren
this Ian I with this certificate, «ill
that you can’t afford to miss.
gt tiens the lungs. It affords co in
out further charge. For immedi j fort and relief in tlte worst cas, -S of
ate sale—$800 00 Write or wire J chronic bronchiti s. asthma, hay
L. E. Telford, 131 Hhuter street le v« r Am 1 lung tn»t.blp. For sale
j by C. J . Fulirniait.
For Hale By Collier A Getty
Every form of delicacy in this line, and all the staple
articles—the freshest and purest.
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