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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1910)
Large assortment of Umbrellas to
Pacific Monthly's Special
choose from at Robinson’s.
The Pacific Monthly, of Portland.
Oregon, is a beautifully illuHtrated,
D. r T o B A N ,
P R O P R IE T O R monthly magazine which gives very
[full information about the resources
C ounty Official Paper. ami opportunities of the country ly
ing West of the Rockies. It tells
D e v o t e d t o l b * m i i e r i a l b e d >001111 op
■»ildingoMhe Ooqaill« VAlley particularly all about the Government Reclama
« * d o f Oooa Oounty generally.
tion Projocts, free Government land
'oobaorlptioD. p a r y e e r . i n adver.oe. 1 «)
and tells about the district adapted
Local advertieements among local
reading five cent« per line each inser in fruit raising, daiiying. poultry
tion. Card« c I thanks 50 cents each. raising, etc. It has splendid stories
Obituary poetry five cent« per line.
Resolution« ol Condolence and lodge by Jack Londos and other noted
advertising five cent« per line.
The price is $1.50 a year, but to
Phone, Main 354.
ntroduce it we will send six months
for fifty cents. This offer must be
A L etter.
accepted on or before the February
September a8, 1910.
1, 1911. Send your name and ad
D ear A unt J a n e :
I went tu | dress accompanied by fifty cents in
Cherch las Sun day with Unci zeek stamps and learn all about Oregon,
tu hear that wumen precher.
Washington, Idaho, and California
He wus tuken up with her Style.
Address, The Pacific Monthly,
You no that he dozent go any 011
She preachers enyhow.
The best plaster. A piece of flan
So when she tuk her tex Sum
nel dampened with Chamberlain’s
whar in the 3 teen chaptor ov the Liniment and bound over the affect
corinthens and red it Luv insted ov ed parts is superior to a plaster and
charity and it plezed him so he sed costs only one-tenth as much. For
sale by all dealers.
You No he always sayes a men,
T o r Sale
tu the things the Preacher sez that
Nine year old msie weigh about
She say that luv is the Best thing 1 one thousand fi'ty 1 ounds, and a
tu hav, then she giv it tu the wuman brand new bug y and single har
cherch, members. Uukle sed. Sbela. ness. Either or ad at a bargain. For
Another .Thing thet plezed him further particu’ars see or writ
wuz. She didunt go up in tu the A. R. Bennett. Graye Iford Oregon«
pulpit but stood on the floor, he sed
Silk hoods for the babies, Robin-
she didunt make hurselt equil with
fo n ’ s Store.
men. (Yu no he is very techy.)
PUBLISHED EVKKY WEDNESDAY.
Try the New Catcbem Fly trap.
He sed her standing on the floor
had 1 draw back and that wuz the Drane has them on sale, at 15c or
w i for 25o.
womans in the seats had sich Big
Try a pair of those Newpit
Hats thet he culdunt se hur.
They will wear longer than
I wil hov tu wach unkle coz the
any other hose on the marxet. A
W. C. T. U. hav orgorized hure an I Lyons & Jones.
hed a big meatin las Friday an
Neckwear! Neokwearl! Neckwear!!!
unkle wus out at thet time an as he ; all the latest, just selected from one
sez Shela so do I.
of the largest wholesale houses in
Your til next time.
San Francisco: You cant help but
be suited. Robinson's Store.
Biliousness is due to a disordered |
Quick A Curry make the galvan
condition of the stomach,
berlain’s Tablets are essentially a ized screen door; standard sizes on
stomach medicine, intended espe hand; spetial sizes made in short
cially to act on that organ; to cleanse order. Also handy, adjustabla win
it, strengthen it, tone and invigorate dow screens, ironing hoards, sleeve
it, to regulate the liver and to ban
ish biliousness positively and effect boards, bread boards, drain boards
and meat safes.
ually. For sale by all dealers.
W ebfoot flour at Lyons A Jones
$1,(15 per sack. Try one sack and
you will want another.
Never a line in town before of
trunks, suitcases and bags, like
If you intend seeding you land
this fall, call at Knowlton’s Drug
store and get prices on seeds.
neat T reatm ent n
If for no other reason, Chamber
lain's Salve should be kept in every
household nn account ol its great
value in Ihe treatment of burna. It
allays the paiu almost insliiut y , and
unless the injury is a revue one,
heals the parts without leaving a
scar. This salvo'is also unequnled
for chapped bands, sore uipples and
diseases of the skin. Price, 25 cts.
For sale by K S. K now ltou
A N N O U N C E ME N T .
We take pleasure in announcing to you that we have received our stock of
folur, peed, fancy and Staple Groceries
and are now located in the First National Bank Building and will* be pleased
to meet you and quote prices.
If you do not want one of our
ready made kimonos, just took at
Gentlemen, do you want n new
at the new goods to make them of tie? RooinBou’s Store is the place to
find the stock to select from.
SP E C IA L PRICES TO LO GG IN G
CAM P S A N D BIG CONSUM ERS
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed, executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of David Mathers, deceased,
has filed in the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Coo« County her
final account a« such executrix, and the
aaid Court has appointed Thursday the
6th day ai October, 1910, at the hour of
ten o’clock in the forenoon of said day,
at the County Court Room in the Court
Bouse in the City of Coquille, in the
County of Coos and State of Oregon, as
the time sod place for tiro hearing of
objeclio'.- 1 ■ -m b final actount and the
Dated this 7th day of September,
Executrix of the Last W ill and Test
ament of David Mathers, Deceased
J. J. Stanley, Attor„ey for Executrix
We will take all your produce allowing you CITY QUOTATIONS.
C. A. M. 8c M. CO.
SAILING E V E R Y EIGHT DAYS
Low Rates and Excellent Accom
modations. Our Interests are
m . FR ANZENBACH. Sculptor
Contractor in Marble, Granite,
A. F. ES1ABR00K CO.
8au Francisco and
and T ile
Vaults, Monuments, Headstones, Tab
lets, Iron Fences and all kinds of
Call and See
Hear the Music.
Cemetery ami Building Work.
M AR SH F IEL D . OREGON
Something New In
K itc h e n W a r e
! W. H. BOYLE
The "1 8 92 ” Pure Spun Aluminum Ware is rapidly
coming into use for cooking purposes. It is taking
the place of agate and enamel ware because while its
first cost is a trifle more than ordinary ware, it is
really much cheaper in the long run, as it is guaran
teed for twcnty: five years and will last practically
a life time.
The genuine “ 1892” Ware, made only from pure
SPUN (not cast) Aluminum, will not crack, scale, peel,
break, scorch or bum.
It looks like silver but weighs only about one-
quarter as much, is easily cleaned and handled, and
will not rusti corrode or tarnish. Absolutely pure,
non-pojsonous and wholesome; save6 money, time and
fW* it ir * vAu tfet »he o rig in a l and gen»
B uilder and
¡j Estimates gladly furnished.
FBEE with $25.00 ca«h [trade
and a cash payment of $2.50
on delivery of machine. One
10-inch record FREE with
$10.00 in caeh trade. O do 10.
inch record FREE with $5.00
in cash trade every Saturday.
Remember the Aretino record
fits all kinds of disc talking
i on or address at Coquille
P. E. Drane
A, W . Varney
H. L. Varney
L a d ie s ’
G e n ts’
F u r n is h in g s
F a n c y a n d S t a p le G r o c e r ie s , F lo u r
a n d F eed.
Does a general Housemouing
T fz r
T H E
ON TIE MARKET
LYING JUST EAST OP THE SCHOOL HOUSE
AND IS THE FINEST A D ITlON EVER PLATTED
PER LOT AND UP
B. F O L S O M