Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, September 01, 1909, Image 4

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    Coquille Jerald.
D F D E A N , P R O P R IE T O R .
FAIR NOTES
Interesting Facts About Seattle
Exposition.
CALL ON
D. L. Perkins
and inspect the largest
and most handsome
line of Gents’ Furnish­
ing Goods in the City.
The Newest and most
handsome thing in the
City in
Seattle, August 1 8 — September
Oonntv Official Paper. 4 has been set apart as Dairy Day
at tho Alaska-Yukon-Paeifio Ex­
¡
¡L 18 H E I) E V E K Y W E D N E S D A Y .
position. and dairymen from many
parts ot the United States and
»ted to tht- m aterial and s o cia l up
u
.
ig o f the Ooqaille V alley particularly Canada will be present and take
.
i O o o h County generally .
• litoription, per year, in ad v a n ce , 1.50 part in the demonstrations. Presi-
! dent K. J. Rose of the Washington
AND
SHOES
Sta ■ Dairymen’s Association will BOOTS
Phone, Main 55.
brii.g ten of the best cows in the
S e v a n H undred or B etter C o w state to the grounds and will keep
them in a tent for several days and
make practical demonstration with
Tue Jersey cow continues to lead
the patent milkers.
tin other dairy breeds in long dis-
‘ ‘These little machines,” said
Any person cutting timber or
t»nee performance.
President Ross, “ will revolutionize bark of nny description on tbe lands
Bulow will be found the record of
the dairy business, when once their of the Southern Oregon Company,
eevi uteen Jersey cows that under
merits are fully recognized.” Milk­ or removing same, or other proper­
authenticated fat test have produced
ing by machinery may sound a ty, from said lands, without b e i D g
700 pounds of butter or over in one
little ‘phony’ to some folks but it’s duly authorized in writing, will be
year.
a success, and what used to be a prosecuted according to law.
Mr. R. M. Qow writes of this il­
hard task under the new system
Any persoD furnishing sufficient
lustrious list of noted performers,
will be a decided pleasure.” “ The evidence for the recovery of pro­
with yields of 700 pounds and over
great draw-back to the dairy busi­ perty so taken and conviction of the
in one year:
ness is in finding men who are parties concerned, will be given one-
Yearly Test.
Butter 83 capable and willing to do the milk­ half of the property recovered.
P. C. Fat. ing, but with these little machines
Southern Oregon Company.
Cow.
Lbs. Oz. a 14-year old boy can milk as many
Alphea Elf 4th 134498....... 700 11 cows as five men under the old
Owner, Missouri State
system, and do it better.”
Big Bargain List.
Agriculture College.
H. L. Willett, Chairman of the
Tonona 5th of Hood Farm 709
3 Dairy Day Committee, when asked $4500 buys 45 acres improved
ranch with buildings.
103183 Owner. C. I.
concerning the arrangements for
H ood, Lowell, Mass.
the day, said, "M r. Gould, of Au­ $12.50 an acre buys a fine tract of
Star of Weldon 147384.......713 10 rora, Ohio, one of the greatest and
land 360 acres, 35 acres bot­
Owner, G. W . Hall, W el­
tom balance grazing.
most expert dairymen in the world
don, Iowa.
will be here and deliver an address $800 buys an acre all in garden
Pedros Estella 197245...... 715
8 in the Fine Arts Hall at 3 o ’clock
bouse and barn. See us for
Owner, Missouri State
P. M., September 4th. H. J. Blan­
bargains. Come in and see
Agricultural College.
chard, Superintendent of the Ex­
us and list your property
Hectors Fairy Belle 179909 725
0 perimental Station at Puyallup
with us. We will give you
Owner, F. B. Keeney,
will also deliver an address. We
a squaredeaL
Belvidere, N. Y.
expect to serve milk, cheese, sand­
Grace Briggs 134732 ..... ..735 14 wiches, etc., to the public on that
Owner, Missouri State
day, and in every way possible
COQU1LLE, OREGON.
Agricultural College.
make it a day of great interest to
Missouri Ramaposa 155372 747
7 all the people.
Owner, Missouri State
When the Live Stock Show of
Agricultural College.
the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposi­
Magyarlands Temisia....... 755
8 tion opens on September 27th, the
134765 Owner, R. A. Sib-
entries will reach at least two thou­
ley, Spencer, Mass.
sand head of blooded horses, cattle,
Emma's Rowena 146877...... 755 11 swine and sheep. On the first day
Owner, C. I. Hood,
of August over one thousand head
Lowell, Mass.
had been entered, and since that
TO
Peer’s Surprise 144248........ 769 5 date applications are being daily
Owner, Est. of W . S. Ladd.
received in number.
Portland, Oreg.
Prizes of cash, medals, cups and
Olive Dunn 188832................ 796 13 awards reach a value of $63,500.
Owner, A. F. Peirce,
and in addition to those premiums
Winchester, N. II.
for live stock, the poultry and
Bessie Bate 155373.......... 801 14 pigeon department of the show of­
UNION PACIFIC
Owner, Missouri State
fer many substantial cash and
OREGON SHORT LINE
Agricultural College.
medal prizes. Applications are
THE OREGON
Mollie of Edgewood 167956 832
2 coming in by the hundred from all
RAILROAD
& NAVIGATION CO.
Owner, Thos. Holt, South­
parts of the United States and
SOUTHERN
PACIFIC
ington, Conn.
Canada, and the best coops and
Financial Couutess 155100..941 10 yards of America will be repre­
$3 From Chicaero
sented. The cooping and feeding
Owner, C. E. Parfet,
$ 30.50 From St. Louis
Golden, Colo.
is under the care of Mr. W. J.
$25 From Omaha
Rosaire’s Olga tth’s Pride 990
1 Spratt, whose experience in this
52 From Kansas City
lino has been acquired in various
Owner, Geo. H . Sweet,
poultry shows throughout Europe
East Aurora, N. Y.
Adelaide of Beechlauds ...1003
6 and the States.
TO THE PUBLIC
168699 Owner, Est. of
The poultry industry is one of
Write letters to everybody you know
great importance through the west­ in the East and tell them about these
W . S. Ladd, Port­
land, Oreg.
ern and northern states, and the low colonist rates, bend them litera­
ture about Oregon, or send their ad­
Jacokn Irene 146443 .......1126
6 bringing together at the Exposi­ dresses to us and we will do it. In this
Owner, A. O. Auten,
tion of the very best stock found way you can be a great help in the
grow th and progress of your State.
Jerseyville, 111.
in tbe world, will be of exceptional
To date, June 1, 1909, seventeen value to breeders and fanciers.
YOU CAN PREPAY FARES
Jersey cows under authenticated fat Mr. William Stonehouse, of Van­
couver,
B.
C.
will
award
prizes
in
test have produced 700 lbs. of but­
for anyone from any place if you want
to. Deposit the necessary amount witli
ter or over in one year. Butter has the pigeon and poultry classes, our
local agent and he will telegraph
while
Messrs.
George
D.
Holden,
been computed ou tbe basis of 83
ticket promptly.
Owatona, Minn. Sharp Butter­
per cent fat, allowing for losses in field, Windsor, Canada, F. H.
creaming and churning, in the same Shellabarger, West Liberty, Iowa,
Inquire of Agents or write to
WM. McMURRAY
tnauner as the cows in the St. Louis W. C. Ellison, Minneapolis, Minn.,
General Passenger Agent
Exposition dairy test were credited Henry Berrar, San Jose, Cal., S. T.
Champbtill, Mansfield, Ohio and The Oregon Railroad A Navigation Co.
with butter.
Chas. V. Keeler, Winimac, Ind., Southern Pacific Co. (Lines in Oregon)
These cowb represent tbe herds of will act as judges in the Live Stock
PORTLAND, OREGON
eleven different owners, in nine department.
states. Five of them are owned by
J T T l i e safe and reliable t w in -.^ ^
the Missouri State Agriculture
A 320 acre South Atncan Veteran
screw
College, two are owned by G. I. Bounty Land Certificate issued by
RMFThe New and Speedy,
Hood, and two by the Estate of W . tbe Department of the interior,
S. Ladd. Two of them, the first Government of Canada, Ottawa,
and tbe sixth on the list, are under the Volunteer Bounty Act,
Capt. Olsen, Master.
daughters of the bull Lom e of 1908. Good for 320 acres t>f any
Will make regular trips between
Meridale 34024 bred by Ayer A Dominion land open for entry in
McKinney, Meredith, N. Y., the Alberta, Baskatcwan, or Manitoba. C oquille River an.J San
others being all by different sires. Any person over the age of 18
Francisco.
No Stop-over at W ay Ports.
The average yield of butter of the years, man or woman, can acquire
seventeen is nearly 813 lbs. These this land with this certificate, with­ Electric Lights. Everything in First
Class Style.
seven-hundred-pound cowa consti­ out further charge. For immedi­
ate sale— $800 00. Write or wire
tute 4.58 per cent of the cowa of all L. E. Telford, 131 Shuter street,
ages tested for one year, and nearly Toronto, Canada.”
Get Together
sixteen per cent of the cows of all
and stand together is the key­
ages tested for one year, and nearly
The cannons used lay the German
note o f F orrest C r is s e y ’ s
sixteen per cent of the cows five army are to be titled with the new
second article on the farmer
years old and over.— R. M. Gow, Maxim device to stop their noise.
in his fight against dishonest
In The Farm Home.
Our own rannou would btand some
commission
merchants. Don't
muffling, too.
miss it.
G o o d R anch for Bale.
There’s only one joker in the
Then read “ Happiness ” —
A well improved place of 26 acres ordinary derk of plawog cards, but one o f the prettiest boy and
with a fine home nnd good build­ hn interests have ovidentljr storked
girl stories ever p u b lish ed .
ings, crop, (tc,, on Fisbtrap. A p­ th tariff bill with about fifty-one.
All in tbe
------—
ply to S. Edwards, on the place.
* - «a - *
Speaker Cannon wanted to have
SEPTEMBER EVERYBODY'S
For sal« by C ollier A Getty.
The couutrv now knows once an automobile provided him by
more what is no ant by revising the Congress. Seems sa if be ought to
^ariff by it's “ friends."
get along with his steam roller.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE HERALD
NOTICE.
Neathery & May
LOW
Portland and Coos Bay S. S. Line
GROCERIES
BREAKW ATER
Every form of delicacy in this line, and all the staple
Sails for Portland Every Saturday
articles—the freshest and purest.
I CAN SUPPLY EVERY ORDER
For anything to Feed Man, Horse or Fowl, and
my Prices are Established on the “Live and Let
Live Order.”
P.
E.
Sails From A in sw o rth Dock, Portland, Wednesdays a t 8 P. M.
DRA/NE
W.
F.
PAUL
L.
EQ U IP P E D W IT H W IR e L e S.
Capt. E. D. Parsons
Sails fro m P o rtla n d Saturdays a t 8 /j m.
Sails fro m Coos Bay Tuesdays a t seruice o f tid e .
H
STERLIN G.
Agent,
AGENT.
Marshfield,
CQUILLE,
the
as the most universally satisfactory il­
Button
luminant for all purposes the Cleanest
Most Convenient, and the CHEA
and
Coquille
M arshfield
here
That furnished by
you
R IV E R
Johnson Lumber Co.
Rustic,
NO. 181
Accepted throughout the civilized w orld
H. W. SKINNER, A gt
Dressed Lumber, Flooring,
PHON E
Pres*
N. LORENZ, A gt.
Keeps in stock a complete line of Rough
Oregon
Incandescent
Electric Light
Steamer Alliance
Coos Bay and Portland
M IL L E R ,
and
EST light known.
the
E L E C T R IC
C O Q U IL L E
CO
is
first
have
class and up to date in every respect
ft.
The rates place it within reach of all
FRANK MORSE, Prop, CO Q U ILLE, ORE.
Ceiling,
Mouldings, etc.
Our Dry Sheds are roomy and are filled with
the most complete stock of Finishing
Lumber
in the Coquille Valley.
Estimates gladly furnished.
Prices as low as
the lowest.
Yard and Office, Froi)t St. near Depot.
P h o n e
331
R a t e s THE COQUILLE RIVER LINE
Steamers FIFIELD and BANDON
O regon
via
S tr.
Eliza b e th
Between San Francisco and Bandon
T w i n
S c re w ,
N e w
1st Class Passage
Up Freight
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a n d
F a s t
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$7.50
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O u r Interests A re yo u r Interests.
3.00
Fair rate and
good service o u r motto.
A. F. ESTABR00K CO. Agent, San Francisco, C alif.
C. M. SPENCER, Agent, Bandon, Oregon.
APRIL 1909
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PIVS CBNTB A C0PY
N E W I D E A P U B L I S h V n G C O M PA NY NE W YORK
The Hammock
And Porch-Weather Evenings
are distinctly Edison Phonograph evenings. Nobody wants to do any­
thing but listen. Here is an idea—a new one.
Get an Edison Phonograph. If you already have one, then you should
hnve some of the latest records.
We now have the completo book of EJison records in stock.
I f pou havent the four minute ottachment for playing tbe new four
minute records, come in and see them, and hear the records. They are
fine.
Catalogues of machines and ieeords will be sent on application free of
charge.
E. C. B A R K E R & CO
Do You lntei)d to Build?
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Did you stop to consider that a building made
I*
out of cement blocks is almost indestructable
and fireproof?
Did you stop to consider that the first cost is almost the
last cost?
Did you stop to consider that sand and gravel, washed and
cleaned by the ocean, together with proper proportion of
Portland cement, makes the finest blocks and bricks in the
world.
Yours for business,
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