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R E X A L L
BUTTLE T H E M 8F LIFE
UNEXPECTED M E N
Attention girls— “ A Wife Want
ed” Heazlet Tuesday, July 9.
G. N. Bower, the electrician, is
in the field for all kinds of work
jn his line.
County Clerk Watson collected
fees to the amount of $544 for the
mouth of June.
MVKTLE POINT EASY
MAKK FOR COQUILLE
“ Blest Be the Tie Thai Binds'*
A kind frieud at Mjrtlo Point
to'ephoued the Herald information
concerning tbu following fatalities
which again demonstrate how brit
tle Is the thread of life:
Purified petrolium, emul
Jimmie Arriugtou, son of Vincent
of Myrtle Point, died
sified with hypophos-
County court met Wednesday
very suddenly Tuesday evening,
phites of lime and soda.
July 2, death being due to convul and in the evening adjourned to
sions. Tho only indication of illness Monday, July 8.
prior to bis death was a bleeding
Attorney Walter Siuclair has
Tonic, stimulant, uutri
from the nose earlier in the day.
bien making frequent trips to the
live, intestinal, a n t i
Mrs. A. Meyers of Norway died Bay on business bent.
suddenly Tuesday, July 2, ot the
The democrats of Marshfield
s e p t i c , anti-tubercular.
porch of the residence of Mrs. Per have perfected an organization
kins where she bad gone to obtain j known as the Wilson Club.
berries. Her death was due
Jupiter Pluvius has permitted
$1. the Bottle
to heart failure. Mrs. Meyers was street work to be again resumed,
an old pioneer of this section.
blit not without indications lor a
Union Officer Likes Coquille
Merry Makers at the Scenic
F. A. Sykes of Milton, Oregon,
state secretary of the Farmers’ Theater lor one week beginning
Union, paid the local members an Monday, July 8. Admission 10
official visit Saturday last. Over aud 20 cents.
The Rexall Store
Contractor Longston visited Myr
two hundred farmers and their
wives congregated at W. O. W. hall tle Point the other day with a
where they were treated to a good view of figuring upon a job of
address upon subjects of interest street improvements.
The “Green” woman, who has
to their welfare.* He advised the
farmers to staud together for by hem confined in the county jail for
this means ouly could thjy secure a time awaiting trial, is out on par
justice. A banquet provided by the ole. Poor health is the cause of
farmers’ wives was served at 12 her release.
o’clock. There was a most bountiful
Everybody will be pleased to
It is unnecessary work
supply of good things such as ouly leant that the Merry Makers will
our favored sectiou can produce be at the Scenic Theater for one
and the farmer’s wife make palata week beginning Monday, July 8.
Our family washing
Admission 10 and 20 cents.
service is both satis
Saturday evening Frank Burk
The school district committee
holder accompanied Mr. Sykes to have reported to the school board
factory and economi
Fishtrap returning Sunday. Lee favoring the purchase of the prop
cal. Join the happy
was visited Monday where an en erty of the Library Association for
majority and let us
thusiastic crowd greeted their the uses aud purposes heretofore
show you, whether you
worthy official. Myrtle Point was meutioued.
are from Missouri or
paid a visit Monday evening.
The Coquille Mill und Mercantile
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a native daughter.
Mr. Sykes is planning a trip with Company are prepared to supply Brown, p-3b* ............ 4 1 1 2 1 is
McDonald, 2b...... 4 0 0
4 2 0
If you are a housewife you cannot
his wife to Coquille this full with a your needs in all kinds of fruit G.
Poland, 3b-ss*............ 5 0 1 1 2
1 reasonably hope to be healthy or beauti
view of permanently locatiug here. boxes: Apple, prune and tomato J. McDonald, c......... 3 0 0 5 3 2 ful by washing dishes, sweeping and
Carl l b ......................... 4 2 2 8 0 0
3 0 0
2 3 6 doing housework all day and crawling
boxes on band. Any size made to Dement, ss-p#
Good Temperance Poem
Neystrum, r f ............ 4 0 2
1 0 0 into bed dead tired at night. You must
A N D ICE CO.
1 0 get out into the open air and sunlight.
Judge E. G. D. Helden furnishes
Two Marshfield men visited our
the Herald with a splendid poem
Totals ........ 38 3 6 27 13 4 If you do this every day and keep your
stomach and bowls in good order by
which desetves the prominence g iv city Tuesday and were escorted by
* Changed position in fifth inning.
P rofessional C ards
taking Chamberlain’s Tablets when
en it on the first page of this issue. Marshall Evernden to the calaboose.
RUNS AND HITS B Y INNINGS
needed, you should become both healthy
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“ The Old Town Pump” was first Too much bum booze, causing bad
Coquille................. 3 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 1— 8 and beautiful. For sale by all druggists.
P H Y S IC IA N S
published in the Waverly Magazine
3 1 2 3 0 1 1 0 2—13
0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0— 3
in 1888 over the ¡signature of Mr was reason for the arrest.
Logger Killed al Lampa
H its ....................0 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 0— 6
DR. JAS. RICHMOND
The Coquille mill closed down
Holden, since which time a few
A logger by the name of Johnson
More Light Payments
verses have been added. The mo Wednesday evening to give em
was killed in the Conlogue Logging
Olliee in Uichmond-Barker P>l<lg.
tive which inspired the writer, the ployees an opportunity to celebrate.
Frank Morse, of the Coquille Camps Friday last, being run over
Oflice Phone Main 211
sentiment so vividly portrayed re In the meantime some trivial re River Electric Company, has inau by a logging train. His home is
garding the evils of rum and the pairs will be made. The mill will gurated a new system for patrons supposed to be in North Bend and
R. B. HOAG , M. D.
beautifn! word-picturing on the resume operatious Monday, July 8# in the payment for electric current. it is not known whether he has any
mission ol the pump makes it an
Miss Belle Thrift is doing ex It is now up to the user to pay the relatives there or not.— Times.
ideal temperance poem that will be cellent pen work upon the assess meter reader or collector before the
read with interest and, we trust, ment rolls in the assessor's office. 5th, or liquidate at the office on or
before the 10th of each mouth. . If
not without profit.
seven-room house at
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
are pleasing to look at even to tho not so paid service may be discon cost. Three blocks from the post-
D e nt ist
Library Association Meets
figures that denote the sum the tax tinued without notice. The new office. See J. E. Quick.
A meeting of tho Coquille Libra
Oflice over First National Bank
regime is instituted to relieve Mr
payer must dig up.
Phone Main 431
ry Association was held Monday
A U T O S E R V IC E
Claude C. Moon, proprietor of
evening last in the Commercial
should be willingly accepted bv his
A n y time, any place.
DR. H. B. MOORE
Club rooms. It. S. Koowltoo, Mrs. The Sportsman has everything in patrons as this means of payment
Fred Belloni, Mrs. L. H. Hazard,
¡s adopted in all other places.
Room 2, Laird Bldg
R. H. Mast and John Quick were little store implies. He favors the
Chronic Diseases a Specialty
Oflice Hours, 9:30 to 12, 2 to 5.
elected trustees. The matter of ar Herald with an “ad” which we are
for temporary rooms and confident will be productive of ben
getting books from the »State Libra, efit to his patrons. Give him a call
Frank G. Leslie of Sacramento,
ry were taken under consideration.
A. J. SHERWOOD
A ttorney a t L aw
It was decided that inasmuch as after giving this section a test of
First National Bank Building
there was a move on foot to con two months residence, will send for
struct a library building the se his family and abide with us per
curing of permanent rooms might manently, He is in the employ of
L. J. ULJEQVIST
Nosier & Norton as bookkeeper and
be detrimental to the project.
A t t o r n e y a t L aw
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:i“ji,Bi,f in any position .up side down.right side up.or end ways
speaks as highly of the firm as he
First National Bank Building
Keep Down the Weeds
loss it intojyour trunk - It is sealed ink tight
does of the country— both looking
Wm. Candlin and wife were Ban- good to him.
don visitors Monday. They re
Fred Slagle won the l ’atsy trophy
turned with a quantity of grave iu the shoot at Marshfield Tuesday.
S niaJI.purseoz-Vest pocket size/«-Vacation travels or home use -
A tt o r n e y a t L aw
from the seashore to add to the He was high gun man missing only
K n o w l t o n ’ s
D r u g
S t o h i
walk within their home grounds. four out of a possible filty. George
They are ever on the alert to beau Lorenz was a very close second.
£. D. SPERRY
tify their premises, not only with
The Coquille gun club shot 454
in but without, keeping the grass
A t t o r n et a n d
birds out of a total of 600, winning
C ou n sello r at L aw
aud weeds cut about the sidewalks
by big majorities over both Marsh
Oflice in Robinson Building
— a work if done by other proper
field and Bandon.
NOT MUCH CHANCE FOR A MAJORITY.
ty owners would add much to the
W. C. CHASE
Return engagement of the Merry
appearance of the streets in the re
A t t or ny a t L a w
Makers at the Scenic Theater for
B U L L E T IN
one week beginning July 8. Ad
Oflice in Richmond-Barker Bldg
mission to and 20 cents.
Educator Takes a Walk
CÊN5 UÔ RETURN^
C. R. BARROW
L. W. Turnbull, principal of the
5H0W 1 0 6 h e n
Prefers Ont-door Work
A t t o r n e y a n d C ou n sello r at L aw
high schools at Grants Pass, is
TO IO O WOMEN
Gordon, who has had
Oflice l’ hone 335
spending his vacation in Coquille,
Residence Phone 34b
IN TH E.
a guest for the present of Prof.
ment of the Herald, departed Mon
J. J. STANLEY
from Roseburg to Myrtle Point day lor The Dalles to operate an
I aud enjoyed the trip, not withstand- engine in the harvest fields near
| ing the road in many places was that place. He prefers out-door
I not what a [tedestrian would de- work where he canjbe free lrom the
aroma arising lrom printers’ ink,
E. G. D. HOLDEN
the paste pot and the office towel.
Justice of Peace, Notary Public
Mr. Gordon has aesthetic tastes, is
U. $. Commissioner
The Steamer Casco is on the way a good printer and we wish him
Office in Robinson Building
up from San Francisco under char success in the new chosen work.
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ter to tho Coquille Mill and Mer A. M. Nason, farming near Canaan,
cantile Company. She will carry Me., was Badly crippled with a sciatic
I am leaving Oregon to engage
due lie says to uric acid in
over half million feet of lumber for rheumatism
his Blood. “ Foley's Kianey Pills entire
in business in California, and will
give you an excellent opportunity Long Beach, California. Consider ly cured me and also removed numer
ous Black specks that were constantly
to buy a Reo the Filth, also a Reo able lumber has been shipped lately Before my ey es.” Foley Kidney Pills
Roadster at sacrifice prices. If you to Long Beach from the Coquille are a uric acid solvent and are effective
ever intend to buy an automobile, mill and demands are still being for the various form s o f rheumatism.
Sold by Fuhrman Pharmacy.
now is your chance. See me at
made for the choice product turn
J. C W a u i n c .
Have you paid the printer?
— Williams in Indianapolis Nsws.
ed out by this institution.
EM U LSIO N
SUNDAY SERVICES IN
County Clerk Watson issued the fol
lowing marriage licenses during the
Roy Edward Miller and Laura Grace
M. E. Church South
(By W a l t e r O e r d i n c )
morning, July 7, Rev. 8.
Last Sunday's scores in the Coos
It. Steele of Bandon will preach at
County League were: Coquille 8,
Ira Anderson and Emma Burkdoll.
Myrtle Point 3; Eastside 4, North
John Kndlund and Catharine Johanna this church. You aro cordially in
vited to bear him.
Beud 5; Marshfield 8, Eastside 5.
Theie will be no service in this
STANDING OF THE TEAMS
A Good Time Enjoyed by All
WON LOST P. C.
church at night as the union service
The entertainment and social will be held at the Christian Church
500 given Thursday evening by the at 8 o’clock.
500 Home Mission Society of the M. E.
Union Young People»’ meeting
000 Church South was quite a success at the Christian Church at 7 o’clock
Inability to successfully negotiate everyone being pleased with the
You are invited to be present.
J. Collins’ starboard delivery was quality of the program rendered
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
one of the main causes for Myrtle and the toothsome dainties served.
C. H. C l e a v e s , Pastor.
Point’s defeat in the game last Sun That the ladies of this society ex
day, Coquille winning by a score of cel in the art of entertaining is the
opinion of all who attended.
Preaching Sunday morning at 11.
8 to 3
Union services Sunday evening
J. Collier swung airtight ball,
Many Times Morrison
at the Christian Church at 8 p m.
allowing only six scattering bits,
In executing the city bonds Mon
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
and he invariably tightened when
day evening it required the signa
Frank H. Adams, Pastor.
danger threatened. Myrtle Point
ture of Mayor Morrison three hun
would have been whitewashed if
dred and fifty-two times on the
ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL.
Byles hadn’t monkeyed— the boys
bonds and interest coupons attach
Services first and third Sunday»
didn’t care then, and the Pointers
ed thereto. The mayor writes his o f each month.
got two more runs.
name with alacrity and precision every Sunday at 10 a. m.
In ths absence of Herman, Brown
wh'ch is characteristic of him in all Archdeacon Wm. H orsfall, rector.
was shoved in the breach. The way
he was pounded was a caution—
nine hits aud three for extra bases,
Patsey in Port
The Christian Church, M. E
was bis record for four iuuiugs.
The steamer Fatuey arrived from Church South and the Presbyterian
Then Dement was placed on the Portlaud Tuesday Dight well laden
Church have united for holding
mound and although he was swat with freight of all descriptions. R.
Sunday services during July and
ted hard he held the visitors down A. Easton had sixty packages of
to four hits.
household goods on board, the Far
Sunday night, July 7, the union
mers’ Union quite a quantity of service will be held in the Christian
AB R BH PO A E
Johnson, ss .............. 5 2 2 0 1 1 merchandise and local and Myrtle Church, sermon by Rev.F.H Adams.
Lorenz, 2b .............. 5 2 2 2 1 1
July 14, service will be held in
................ 5 1 3 12 0 1 Point people were good patrons.
J. Collier, p .............. 4 0 2 1 3 0
M. E. Church South, sermon by
Real Estate and Renting Agency
Howell, c l ................ 3 1 1 1 0
T. B. McDonald.
Oerding, 3b ............. 4 0 1 0
Houses to rent both furnished
C. Collier, lb ............ 3 0 0 7 1 3
July 21, the service will be held
A. Collins, If.............. 4 0 1 3 0 0 and unfurnished in all parts of the
in the Presbyterian Church, sermon
O. Prey rf.................... 3 2 1 1 0
city. Have several choice bargains
by C. H. Cleaves.
3f> 8 13 27 7 6 in real estate. Consult me, save
This will be the order to be fol
money and receive a square deal.
lowed so far as ie now known.
AB R BU PO A E
H. Prey, If................. 5 0 0 2 1 0
Watermans ideal Fountain P<
bottom, about twenty bearing trees.
Located close to
G ood terms.
Dysentery is always serious and often
a dangerous disi as«, But it can be cur
ed- Chamlierlain’s Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy haB cured it even
when malignant and epidemic. For
sale by all druggists.
One 1-gallon iee cream freezer;
one 5-gallon ice cream freezer; one-
half dozen silver ice cream soda
holders; one-half dozen silver ice
cream soda spoons. All new. In
quire of Mrs. M Nosier.
Span of geldings, age 7 and 8,
weight about 29 hundred, color bay.
For particulars write undersigned
at Arago, or phone Farmers 7xx2
O. H- Aasen.
Subscribers by paying up sub
scriptions due can by an additional
50c receive the Semi-W eekly O re
gon Journal— one hundred and four
times a year.
T h e regular price of
the Sem i-W eekly Oregon Journal
is $1.50 per year, thus saving, or
rather giving, our subscribers one
exceptional offer and square your
selves with the Herald.
“This is where 7 get of!,” observ
ed the awkward rider, when his
horse proceeded to do some fancy
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Buy it now. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy i» al
most certain to be needed before the
summer is over. Buy it now and lie
prepared for such an emergency. For
sale by all druggists.
^ Fishing Tackle
Guns and Ammunition
CLAUDE C. MOON
S Automobile Supplies
The O. K. Creamery
Wants your butterfat Mr. Dairyman
and we wish to
Give Y ou
in return for the produd
The O. K. Creamery
M. P. LONG, Manager
ON THE MAP
I . of BEST
this glorious country whose
jW jB l v
F O R S A L E — A nice little
home, with six lots, two in the
birthday we celebrate. Surely
you are not going to bother
with home baking on that day?
Let us send you enough loaves
to last over. We know that
once you try our bread you’ll
make yourself independent of
baking day forever after.
Paul Stephan, Prop.
After the Hot Time
on the Fourth cool off with a
heaping dish of Miller’s Ice
Cream. It will certainly be rel
ished and enjoyed. For Miller’s
cream is not like the ordinary.
It is so much.better in every way
that you must taste it to know
it. Leave your order early and
for plenty of it.
C. I. Kim«
Fred Von Pegert
KIME & V O N PEGERT
M E C H AN1CA L
S H O P
Wagon Making, Machine
Work, Pattern Making and
Casting, Automobile Work.
C O Q ’. UI LLE, O R E G O N