Sulk and Package Seed JBMH ED EVKKY T ill KSDAY. Ai‘i>licatiòii mailt* Jan. Ili, 1911, íor entry at Coquille pôs to ilice as second da -s master, under act of March J , 1879. A FRESH SEED S su pply of G A R D E N and O N IO N J. S E T S at Work Done in any finish DEAN’S STUDIO Three doors North of Drane’s Store Coquille, Oregon All Work Guaranteed It takes more than good FI To make first class bread, biscuit and past' time. The flour has to be the best, oi cowr it has to be uniform in every sack too. TE:. •' Snow Drift is so popular. You will find the f one sack identically the same in every s.i.L. is tested at the mill’s bake shop to mu!; Every batch of wheat that goes through tin- washed clean. It isn’t touched by human i from that time till it reaches you. Only the selected Northwestern grown, Blue Stem who into Snow- Drift Flour. Try just one sack and 1 how good your bread, biscuit and pastry can H. W . PAINTER M A R S H F IE L D , ‘ ; -;.'v : . '* *d , p\\ -o’ ■ - OREG ' r O T K i a a B B H B H S í ... ¿Sr. 1} Tkree Vital T?*, E Leisisoiis ‘ i want to give every person not using electric light th r e e vital reasons \.hy th General Electric fv'lazd namp should make them h a/e their house, store, office or factory wired. First— 1 he G -E Mazda Lamp gives nearly th re e tim e3 the lig h t of the ordinary carbon incandes cent. It costs n o m o re to burn. Third— vastly superior—a clear "TFie General Electric Mazda Lamp represents the high-mark in the evolution of incandescent electric lighting. It blends inventive triumph and manufacturing skill— and y o u reap the benefit in the form of dollars and cents, and freedom from eye ?■ ain when using artificial light." "1 want the chance to p r o v e to y o u r entire satisfaction that this wonderful lamp is es’en b e t t e r than represented. Come in today and see for y o u r s e lf . Your call places you under no obligation, anti »3 apt to be decidedly to y o u r profit.” Be careful to see that every electric lamp you buy bears the G . E . monogram. iiii|iiilli‘ River Electric I’o. xm . | J . H . O E R D IN G MANUFACTURER AND PKAhKR IN LUMBKK, LATHS. SIIINULLS MorLDING.CEMKNT I1UI0 KS AND BLOCKS, SAND AND £ GRAYEL ..................................... >; C O Q U I L L E , - r LOT n run Call iii and See Our New Shiprt)ei)t of Iron Beds Direct fron) the Factory Corvallis, Ore., Felt. Iti Prof, C. I. Lewis, bead of the department of In rtn ulturn at the Oregon Coon. Uounty ¡¿ererally. ' ; on . p m a i m aiUm <v. 1 ..% T o the Officers tiu<I M - m iara of Agricultural College, baa had thir the Furniert.’ Union: teen calls for y o i d graduati a to P aone, Mui a 334. Orpanization is tod tii fíieat- |¡|| j, isitions of importance for est Weapon und the in THE PICTl i t i ON THE W ALL. tool at the disp -t ait. eviog v. alth\ corporations and iudivid- 1S ’ *' *»J,‘ nals having large orchards, wtihiu followin'; i oem was read by the A in erie ’ii tartufi. the past month, which he has been li n. E. G. D. Holden, ut or, the ! have stressed, in | :e violin np unable to supply, since all of the •3. the ILincoln mercurial service at the lodist-E:p- i, al Church last Sun- peals, the almost magie 1 value f giadnutcs are either conducting organization, us shown in pit .it au I profitable orchards of tin ir own. or One night I f -It im¡Killed to write, small business, stato u l fc "r tl have already receivt d appointment- Ye government, aecomp ¡slit gen- elsewhere. I for subject’s here, and tbjre, I ran ; orally the world over, Tin demand for tia mil n e h A .1 dream dabout a dream. W e a re e x c lu s iv e a g e n ts for th e fa i Hut on» coniti write volumes ami with vi ! rn exp ricnoe is not It v. u : o use. Pegassus quite. mous M ilw au k ee M etal Bed M an u j vet leave mam features of the sub- alin e for fruit ranches on the Refused to leave his stall; fa ctu rin g C o., and also c a r ry a fu ll lin e j u t ittihau lit d. Pacific rmast, but also for E a s te rn \\ lieu suddenly it cante to me, o f th e R u d g e a r-M e rle M a n u fa ctu rin g U( on my chamber wall. I am, moreover, extremely mix- growers who wish to adopt similar I C o .’s lin e of Iro u B ed s. ititi, that every American farmer methods. A large corporation in J t; t op) Osite my arm chair hung, A picture f , ...ned in gold; not a member of the F arm e rs ’ Maryland c ntrolling som» thous- Familiar now to ail the world, Union, identify Ljms<df with tliis sods of Hert s of orchards wishes to With love and ¿»m e untold. organization ; fur his own sake, pi nt several thousand inure, and I , ■ of a man, I last had seen. ! first, and, necessarily, for the goo I has asked f r a man of sufficit nt When a great war cloud hung - ot the organization, caliber to dt man I n salary of $ 2 ,- Athwart our sky ami all our hearts j' 1’fccre is not one American state 500. With grief and tears were wrung. I in which the Farmers’ Union is An eastern university writes for ! There was the same high mental cast well organized, but the lot of the animi to fill the position of head Which I in life had seen, ! farmers of that state generally has of the department of horticulture, Depicting all his rugged thought. | bet u imj roveti. With rays of wit between. anti the Canadian Department of W by ? Agriculture, which appointed mi It never was a handsome face O u r sto ck of th e se two lin e s is co m Wh j »■ image on me fell. h *r the simple u a s r u that in O. A. C. man l,i-t Ju n e , now wants plete. and we can su it th e ta s te s and Yi t- millions of the human race stead of working siug-y, or in noth r. Pacific coast methods p u rses of ev ery b od y . Have loomed to love it well. pairs, for the 1 real th - county or tl e • n to be ii -tiilit- I in large orchards It '..as our Hope in trial times. state improvements nod reforms mat Clevt land, Ohio, and cn Ore When souls of men were wrung, nee : d, tin have - d ns a gon man is wanted to conduct the j A i I then as now, a guiding star unit. work. I The sons of earth among. One of the b ig g ts t devtrlopmt nt ! COMPLETE HOUSE pUHNISHEH ’Idi it is tl.e secret o ■ru iza-n ti With faith in God, the nation's might coni] units on the cuust, having ! anti its wonderful , i t Vt ly - 1 posed in him alone; th.ui ¡mb, if tier s in its hoi,lings, I V ' o T red the warriors for the right, where. uud n.al- ig extensive development* •'With malice toward none.” » g.«S:«13SiiS£ F o r instance: I f it w re to the iat MU of the involving the espi uditore of enor- With brave,t heart, and firmest trust; uifus slims, «¡¡1 give $ 2,000 to the ‘ With charity for all,” lat : t rs of a c r ‘ nin s: • tu a* core i , . n, ami w i ,s one from O. ■ rid haa e ime to veranea. a la rg i r rd u cu tio n a i propriatiou | This picture on the wall. T hirty Dakotans have a th it th i might be m » in i e “ reti A. C tract of 0,000 neri -s h,r which they Ii i v pride, tli.it I have clasped, ‘-ca o o l lr u - ubiti ••toil I h < the 10 acre tract all cleared, suitable bottom land, with house, dairy The hand that held the pen, want a foie; ¡an to superintend tlie I lan under :he d i syut- iff f r orchard anil nice home located barn an 1 creamery for the farm. W h in dai k days grave life, and light. planting, s pravi..g, irrig ition and A farmer or two won id write Lis To many million men. about one mile from Coquille. Located near tlie Coquille River on representative iu'tt.e s alt legisla- general cure. county road. P rice per a ic $ 7 5 . 9 0 Price $1000.00. For not alone, the slave looked up, An immense ist'-rn company, ture, tito hitter wiuld languì l y Terms. From every fetter free; 7 acres. About 4 acres of bot the with a capital of over a million, Tie great heart of the nation throbbed, reati the le tter cud there We bAvo all kinds of property, now making big devi lopments in tom land all in cultivation. House, With this grand history. nt tier would rest. city, small acreage and large farms i tc Located about J mile from various i arts of Oregon, asks the I -aw the future, bowing down, I t would continue to rest for lands. Corrospon. Price Also limber college for a man to superintend L usiness part of Coquille. Before his God-like mind, months and years, until gradually dence solicited £1800.00. Terms. . ti e world cl»i him among, the feeble, scattered voices got to 10,000 acres of orchards among i t s ' 30-acre farm located on Coquille The greatest of his kind. lOO-acre ranch. About 25 acres holdings. S mo 900 acres in gether nnd made u fiat, iiapre-.-b n river; 20 acres iu cultivation; house, bottom land, mostly in cultivation. \\Y tein MAishinglon ore owned l y The Idier felt a thrill of pride, upon the lav,- making truly Unitati, barn and other outbuildings: good As he went marching on, a Poitland corporation which has House and barn and good orchard. tion was forthcoming. orchard. Price $3,400.00. And a new light was shining in, asked for a foreman. Price £ 2,500,00. Terms on part. Had organization existed, the 40 acr. s of bench aud hill land, On every vict’ry won. 80 acre farm. Nice house aud At the first of last July the col- result would have been hastened suitable for orchard, berries sn<) • ! ny fields van red, Located on county leg" Inni refused twenty requests for goo 1 barn. by as many years as there was mi- pasture; 10 acres c h a r e d , small or Ylin 1 pen behind the field graduates to fill good positions, road. Price $5750.00. Good Fi ' limed its purposes so true, merci tl power and vise lea lei ship chard; h o js e aud small barn and being un ibla to g e t men for them t rms. ’i h i ; right v tuld never yield. to tiie organization, chicken pens; located about 14 since the di marni is not only for 10 aerts with new house and We who remember all the years flin t is what organization does milts from Coquille river. Price college training, but for western about one hundred uiee young fruit ■ 1 J 1 trong man led, -hasten results reluces scattered $ 1 , 000 . e xpiiitn ce. If there were 50 or trees, two years old. Located .rot recall a single hour, public utimont to a focus, and 800-acre stock ranch; GOO acres Wh i Hope and Faith were dead. I t) raduates every year they j i -ar Coquille. P rice $1000.00 mak* s it br-at hard, loud, nini open land in grass; two barns; good <• ul l b placed i lv intigeously. j 1(50 acres. 40 or more acres bot- Out ¡ru.-t was in his loyal worth, p : r -i - ten t ly upon the ear-drumt of 7-room house; good orchard ; plenty A l nought could overwhelm T h c. I n ds men for its own ' til land. 20 acres in cultivation. sleepy leghdatoie. of water; located J mile from i n!d >Flip ‘ ‘(’on-iitution,” when, ex riment station work If the !-0 acres in pasture. Good or- W e h ivo prove 1 it in so many county road. Price per acre, $8.0(1. This man wa at the helm. legislature now iu «• sian gran*s fbar.l. Good house and two barns. states, l i â t I c-mm * undertake to 80-acre farm; 40 acres bottom It . afe outrode flic storm of war t>i" appropriations requested to 15 or 20 tons gram bay. Price enumera them. land mostly all iD cultivation; house, V. i.h many splintered spars; the e ,ta!)liehm»nt- of lew branch $•1500.00. Polit it j. i . t Y ' i Ily i rhi m. st-head bore, Í at P p. barn and other outbuildings; fine -i •' • the college will ice d nine House and lot, a good buv for o rchard; seme strek with the p la c t ; 1 :th al. its stars. I f or, . ‘. ¡on i lice tu >il in j nit ic non for this t ne branch of 8 100 00 . that fi. ¡i it is m ss ef fe ctu al in I localed t n county road. Price, , , --xt r.sioii .work alone, n> xt luno. cresting i diii".- 320 acre dairy farm, mostly uli $3,500.00. bat will lessen __ 1 ___j it feebly know, tifili t mudivi- we to thee, a k e 1 i- liv:ii I pe pi,-and a g r e il area of coun Thv gì ve t ■■ world new elicer; CUM :, art. isai t, giv lii III try would thus I o servo h at.'.hi ms of the free. goo IO .ds, |dUt iiiru into in ore W. L E N E V E , The committee has the assurance FRANK B U R K H O L D E R , firm in darkest hour; frie ily reial one; \\iib b i ii'ig h b o is Secretan-. Manage r that the ranchers along and ¡litlnu I. feuth and Right; an-!, finally, solve w h \ t the ivi e the piopoaed territory are willing to • 1 .-Up was thine, men • -all Ihe ‘rn ra* tn ” <3^-: r -r- ; * v ¡ -• assist in b u d ’iug a r a i d of this ■rn fight. Oi giu.iz.ilii It is i.-e w*ap n of kind. They rea izo I Hat it will J fed thy honest ways, the ny put into the h 11.(1.4 of a prove a great onvenienco if it can humble name, en I ted ) c mad: p ¡.s-:b’e to go direct to t lic light, - And thy fame. Sai/s from Ainsworth Doch. Portland, North Betid and on to Marshfield T i.it is -ly I am pleach in g its by constructing these roads anil A- o brighter still at 8 P. M.. euerg Tuesday. Sails from II tl • 111 1.0 Id Illume: operating the feiry. |!) Coos Bay euery Saturday at service o f Am .ravan shall make B ut organization’ can i-e most When the committee has t h e ! fl tide. Reservations w ill not be held . i hy tomb. effective, I you in. i.-t that your matter well iu hand the county I '■! later than Friday noon, unless tickets loaders lie ¡-h n t ¡¡ fitness and court wi 1 be informed t f the work 1 i‘| are purchased. for ability t not unmanly, that, (Tt r ■ ii F sa¡ rifice, don» aril -¡-k'd foi nssi-tance ! ¡j) is great trust, so kept, lather time fi j 1 ii g and hand- However ivi- understand that the i j|t PAUL L. STERLING. Agent Phone Main 181 -Ido his coffined dust, sfiuki g abil : i pen; 1 < belli 1 th • proj u-t nip not red: —Bowed:- and wept. Fo it will x c e b m t plan asking the county to stand the for yon tt mach of your g r e a t'i p r r t i - i i . f the < xpense but I" i‘ \ V, rid ivh > tried l>romo- tini his y < ar king for m.-n are willtDg aud anxious to do the tri" fiom Gi i / S n I mV w I" • m rsM er 11 ifiention, tl eu moct themselves. T uis disp isitiou r, is soliciting giving them ¡are ¡leal If o.i the patt f tin promoters ought ; tin ('m s Bay uud ; tiny fail, and tbl believe them to make : l »volatile ur.prtesion on lion company. It T h e g a so lin e boat L im it is now owned hot t st and t .i , give them the (-¡iftimissioneri. —Coos Bav lia r- • tlll- impani to i s - and operated by the u n d ersig n ed , and another trial, ¡i sn’t matter if b >r -i n ice b tween - w ill do a g en era l tow ing and fre ig h tin g iLet turn ou 1 n. st or g: afters. () ¡It! ititi B ih it 8 p-cinl in t and go at it b u sin ess ou th e river. C an be ch artered I ’or Salo. . , ¡I» with auoth ■r set. for p asse n g e rs o U Dors , weight b et w en 1200 ht nil of Ih o Antere m ¡.rmer is t';e an 1 1300 ; i 1 11 .¡r.s old; sound and j ii ! from . , . lì•ir . 1 c *« ! f e 11 • w hriatendom 10 Irne works - ngle, double or sad- v forty ’ orgai i/o, be«*au « I i i imlepend- die. One 4 year red mar», iveli ( nc \ He carps l , s “ right *.1 brok e single nr doub’e. L a d y can tfdCCI) Eve n when s u m i- u n g i ft w r.f riile of drivi her. Two double .¡ets II ; i • , i f. r awhile w i ild b« ttcr hia IM' k h trness, one- douD 1 »1 huge y ja n L i ” D • ¡ 1 n a tubborn bar o.--, two single seta buggy ii r r u f * !J Ution, lo* i* TM to be «d ». a >Ii-souri ' h «i Iii: i --n. two single breast harness, CAPT. PETERSON. Master R M i l Mo O r^ 'ni/ d in i lu,H goic * forward on fine breaking c . r : with c o m iiihinatioii irtsTi r in Eur» pi u p. (onti Ir:t P, lif W ill m ak e re g u la r trip s betw een pì t breaking harness, two carts, •XT'* of like c a m » the Strinors t i- iRsivl t -1 » g i l l • inti one fine two seated family ; ^ r boat h rim. Tht vif h that tfcev f id less a chance < u : ri an 1 that . k i- Frank Burkholder, ; lili, n loi. »f> p • !. • i 1 h un 1 lu rrpti is show u that a ve ly l*rgt i nuu.htr Pacific B e i l Estate Co. : iTiriTTil W. C. L A IR D FO R © ALE PACIFIC REAL Second— T he q u a lity of light white light like sun rays.” P I 1 DUSKIER d . o t l . f c u : " . 1 ti n t i h c i i a l up •iqui. io vulitwy o a r t i o o l a r l y i Knowlton's Drug Store Kodak Finishing a Specialty M*IKK WILL IMPROVE - O FEGO N ESTATE CO., STEAMER BREAKWATER River Towing & Freighting S t e v e n s & Root, Coquille, Ore. ihe Washcalore Ikindon and San Francisco Carrying Freight, Etc.