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THE UNIVERSAL OREGON NEWS NEIGHBORING
/Notice to Dealers
Flour, etc., in our warehouse at Coquille
your orders for direct shipment as well
as from warehouse for Feed, Flour and
Our salesman will call on you.
Nosier Sc Norton
C oqu ille, O regon
Phone H om e i l j .
F a rm e rs 4 8 3
The Stickney Gasoline Engine excels all
others in its outside igniter in which the spark
can be seen, in its struight line valve motion,
in its perfect cooling system, in its automatic mixer, in its ball-bearing
governor and in the quality o f its material and the accuracy o f its work
We have a few copies of Stick ney’s Catechism; a book describing 57
points Oj superiority o f the Stickney Engine over all others—Come and
get one - they are free.
Nosier & Norton
w a E X C L U S IV E A G E N T S
NO SLER & N O R T O N
Roseburg-Myrtle Point Auto Line
J. L. LAIRD, Proprietor
Leaves Mrytle Point daily at 7 o ’clock
a. in. Arrives at Roseburg at 2 o’clock.
Leaves Roseburg daily at 7 a. m., ar
riving at Myrtle Point at 2 o ’clock.
Special rigs for parties at any time.
S t a g e R u n n i n g in C o n n e c t i o n
Carrying United States Mail and Passengers’ Baggage
Office at L a ir d ’s Livery Barn, Myrtle P o in t
Home Telephone 461.
Farmers Telephone 156
Oregon Agricultural College
This great institution opens its doors
for the fall semester on September 20th.
Courses of instruction include: General
Agriculture, Agronomy, Animal Hus
bandry, Dairy Husbandry, Bacteriology
Botany and Plant Pathology, Poultry
Husbandry, Horticulture, Kntomology
Veterinary Science, Civil Engineering,
Electrical Engineering, Me« hanical En
gineering; Mining Engineering, High
way Engineering, Domestic Science,
Domestic Art, Commerce, Forestry,
Pharmacy, Zoology, Chemistry, Phys
ics, Mathematics, English Language
and Literature, Public vpeaking, Mod
ern Languages, History, Architecture,
Art, Industrial Pedagogy, Physical Ed
ucation, Military Science and Tactics,
T h ro u g h the courtesy ol Mr. M.
S. Miller, now in the city, we were
privileged to learu of the w orkings
of a comm endable invention know n
as the U niversal Metallic Tie.
T h is tie is to displace the wooden
tie used on railroads the durability
of which is brief and the dan gers
many. By nieaus of clamps and
special fastenings, the g auge and
true alignm ent are maintained, th us
preventing spreading of rails and
thereby rendering travel more se
cure. Clamps are used instead of
spikes and the d an ger from broken
rails is greatly dim inished.
T h e tie is provided with a wooden
block cushion to take the rail which
affords the necessary resiliency. It
is insulated for block signal service
which can be applied easily.
T h e heavy locomotives an d faster
trains of today render the wooden
ties im practicable for the strain they
are required to un d erg o and the
metallic ties are, we believe, the only
practical device equal to the em er
A nother im p ortant feature that
appeals to their adoption is their
use upon bridges an d culverts, for
ihey are fire-proof, th u s not only
making travel more secure but obvi
ating the destruction of bridges
which in times past lias been enor
Mr. Miller has p h otog raphs upon
various lines of railw ay where the
metallic tie is in service, am ong
them being the P en nsylvania lines;
New York Central; S a n ta Fe; C hi
cago, B urlington and Q u in cy , N o r
thern Pacific; G re a t N o r th e r n and
T h e metallic tie is not in the e x
perimental stage, it has been thor
oughly tested and has proven to be
serviceable, practicable and econom
ical to railroad owners, and a boon
of comfort in assuring safety to the
Mr. Miller will be in Coquille and
other Coos county towns for a short
time dem o nstrating the w orkin g of
his invention an d offering an oppor
tu nity to the man of intelligeuce to
become a stockholder.
T h e metallic tie is certainly wor
thy more th an a mere investigation
— it deserves the financial help of
those who are able a n d the moral
support of all who would strive to
eliminate the destruction of hum an
life and property.
Many a man has fallen down be
cause of a slip of a girl.
You can tell a tree’s age by its
rings bu t not a woman’s.
A meal without mirth is like a
kiss that has beeu sent hy mail.
Even the n.an with the lawn-
mower will let the grass under hiB
Regular as the Clock
Catalogue and illustrated literature mailed free on application.
Address Registrar, Oregon Agricultural College, Corvallis, Oregon.
a n d Bandon
First-class fare only
Up freight, per ton
School Year Opens September 20th
C . I. K im e
F o r R e s e rv a tio n s
KIME & VON PEGERT
NOSLER & NORTON
A g e n ts, C o q u ille , O re g o n
S H Q _P
Str. Br o o k l y n
G e n e r a l llacksmithing,
Wagon Making, Machine
Work, Pattern Making and
Casting, Automobile Work.
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CHICHESTER S PILLS
T I I K 111 A M O N I» G U A M » .
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A" 1 r< iii-< hi v.TFirs
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I f a ll© n o o th e r
The Celebrated Bergntann Shoe
SOIDBY DRl'fifilSTStVlRYWNJU* The Stron gest and N earest W ater
. 'oof shoe made for loggers, minors
prospectors and mill men.
Subscribe for 1 he Herald.
Telephone companies in Oregon
j employ 1521 persons.
T r a n s a c t s a G e n era l thanking H u sin esi
21 Thurman Street
P o r t l a n d , O io o o n .
Kirit-clnes fare only
Up freight, per ton
$7.« m 0
Sudden & Christiansen
A g e n ts, S a n F ra n c is c o , C a lifo rn ia
F o r R e s e rv a tio n s
NOSLER & NORTON
A g e n ts, C o q u ille , O re g o n
(••rtf •( OlfBCtor».
K . 11. D em ent,
A . J . Sherwood,
' N ational Hank o Commerce, New Y ork « 1
L. H arlocker,
I.. H . H azard,
C rocker W oolw orth N 'lU an k , San K ran cl
Isaiah H acker.
R . K. Shine.
F iret N a t’l Hank of P u rllau .i, P o rtla n d .
R. S. K nowlton , President
G eo . A. R obinson , Vice-Pres.
R. H. M ast , Cashier.
MYRTLE POINT MATTERS
Mrs. Chas. White was ta ken to
E u g e n e has added an $8,000 auto N orth Bend a few days ag i to tin- J
engine to its lire fightiog equip d ergo an operation. She is d o in g j
as well asoau he expected at present ,
Charles V. Galloway, m u n b e r of
Miss Callu C handler left the last
the state tax commission, recently of the week for P o r t O rford where
married Miss Alta B ro th of Mc she will visit her sister, Mrs. J o h n
ston, d u r i n g her vacation.
Opened for Bustnes March. 1 9 0 9
Mrs. C. E B ro ad b en t aud d a u g h
Mrs. B. S. Swengel of Cottage
Grove was bitten on the face by a ter Helen left Wednesday for Los •
l.add & Tilton Rank, Portland
First National Bank, Sail Francisco
National Park, New York
First Trust & Savings, Coos Bay
spider and the affected parts were Angeles where they will remain a *
mouth or six weeks. They went aK
far as R oseburg with Mr. Jam es
A large barn belonging to A.
Lewellen in bis auto.
Brown, ju st outside the limits of
The D. Giles campers are expect,
Falls City, was struck by li ghtning
home from R ural this week.
last week and burned,
G uerin an d family are
I t is assured that 00,000 children
taking a much needed rest cam ping
A uywhere—Any time
will send exhibits to the c h ild re n ’s
at Brewster Valley.
industrial fair held in connection
C. H. S ou thm ayd and wife r e t u r n
with the state fair at Saltm.
ed the last of the week from Bandon.
Congressman Hawley haa been
They report the weather ideul while
advised th at Daniel H arris of S her
idan has been gran led a pension of
Phones Home 106
( BAXTER HOTEL
Mr. S. S. E u d ic o t t has sold his
Farmers —Day 486
$3o a month on acc.mnt of services
fine uew home to J . R Roberts and
in the Mexican war.
¡6 moving into the Leminoski house.
The campaign in behalf of P resi
Mrs. W. O. C ooper re tu rn ed from
d e n t Taft and ill' republic in presi
& 0 0 0 ■ O fe-S t--Q ?
iC i X -; . 13 .«3-52-43» 4Sr^H SS-= V i
H ealdsburg, Cal., last week.
dential electors in Oregon will not
Ralston B ridges of Oakland, O re
be startod until lain in A ugust or
gon, visited a day or two in town
early in September.
ere continuing his journey to B an
A $250,000 h capital is being don to visit his sister, Mrs. S. C.
built of native stone at B ik e r The E udicott.
ALWAYS ON TIME
fun Is were nearly all con tributed
Cluster lights have b e e D placed
From Portland 9 A. M.
th rou gh the persistent work of the
in front of F ia n g a a n & B en n e tt’s
July 2, 1), 14, 19, 24, 29
August 3, 8, 13. 18, 23, 28
Sisters of St. Francis.
bank, also iu front of t h e adjoining
From Coos Bay
L ane county has begun suit in building. Q uite a contrast to the
July 0, II, 16, 21, 26, 31
August 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 39
circuit cou rt to recover $S0,000 from oil lamps of ten years ago.
;j) PAUL L. STERLING, Agent
Phone Main 181
the S outhern Pacific company as
damages for the destruction of six
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¡eM O H Ç R -S *
Mrs. M. J. Kraniz left for Los
teen miles of wagou road.
fA yxY svY tfkY / «y
Augeles, C d , S unday on steamer
The population of the state p e n
itentiary is lower at the present
her a pleasant trip.
time than for several years, 38li in
Mrs. A Yoakiura of the lower riv
mates being registered, including
er has been visiting her parents,
those on roads and on parole.
All Standard Sizes Constantly on Hand. Special Sizes to Order
Mr. and hire. M. J. F ra n t z
While attem pting to put a belt
M. L H u n t of N orth Bend visit
on a pulley Mark G a ro u tte of the
Orders Taken for Italian Queens
M. M Y oung aud family for a
Brown L um ber company at Cottage
few days. He was looking for a
Grove was throw n twelve feet
against a lumber pile. His wrist country home and likes the country
around Dora very much.
was broken and badly bruised.
Mrs. H am m oud has resigned as
P hon e Main
C O Q U ILLE, O R E G O N
L am bert cherries packed by Geo
teacher of the P leasan t Hill school,
A. D orris at E u g e n e were firm and
and A. J. Mayse is looking for some
sound for two weeks. Royal Annes
oue to finish her term.
picked the same time spoiled in two
Mrs. Homer S h epherd of M cK in
d ais. L am bert cherries will carry
WHEN YOU SERVE
was buried at Dora last T h u rs
in perfect condition to any market
in the U nited States.
be sure that it is Miller’s. Then
Mrs. I d a Corben of Myrtle Point
An oil discovery bae been made
you can lie absolutely certain of
is visiting here for a sho rt time.
offering the perfection of refresh
on the Pacific Livestock co m pany ’s
M. M. Y ouog will go to Ro«eburg
ments. If you like ordinary ice
ranch, sixteen miles south of Burns
cream you'll simply rave over
soou to see the president of the
Drillers, while sinking an artesian
Miller’s. Put it to the test of
well, ran across a stra ta at a d -p t h B rotherhood of Railroad Trainmen
taste. It is simply great in fla
to adjust his beneficiary claim. He
of 700 feet th a t fieely gave forth
vor which is why it is so great
had a stroke of paralysis sometime
a high giade of paraffine oil.
ago and has not been able to work
Struck by the P ortlan d -b o u n d since.
Oregon Electric train from Salem
A. E Merene and E 1 Olson have
as he tried to cross the track ahead
hauled lum ber this week from M.
of it a* Tigard, Dr. S R. Vincent,
M. Y o u n g ’s mill. This is the first
aged 50, of Sherw ood, was hurled
th at has been hauled so fur, as the
DON’T BE OFFENDED
from his automobile and received
r o a d i have been too bad.
if we say that no home baking
injuries which may prove fatal. Dr.
can possibly equal the pro
Stephen Minard is cuttiD g ensil
ducts of this bakery. Take the
Vincent i- hard of hearing and it is
matter of practice alone. We
supposed he failed to notice the age for O. G. Bunch which adds
bake hundreds of loaves to
one. And as for facilities,
coming train until he was almost
no kitchen range can equal our
T here have been several new silos
upon the track.
specially built ovens. Try our
built this summer near Dora.
bread for a week and judge.
Masked men broke iuto the office
E. P. S. A bernathy will begiu
3 Loaves 10c Hereafter
of Underwood Pla cer Mines Com
work on hie new home soon and
pany at Cornucopia, Baker county,
wishes to complete it before winter.
rolled down an em bankm ent the
E zra Watson is cu ttin g grain near
safe containing gold n u g g ets valued
P a u l S te p h a n , P r o p .
McKinley this week.
at thousands of dollars and d y n a m
M. J. Mayse will build a Dew
ited it. They were in te rru p te d by
the foreman and fired several shots g arage on his P leasant Hill ranch
at bin one of which slightly w ound ! to store his machinery. Good for
ed him, b u t he called help and ■you Jack, keep th a t farm machinery
frigh' tied them away without their dry.
W ALLING ’S AUTO LIVERY
NEW CAR AND GOOD SERVICE
S U P P L IE S
J. H. OERDING
M illers Confectionery
o p c o g u i b b l , ORBOOP.
E. & E. T. Kruse
2 4 C a lifo rn ia S tr e e t, S a n F ra n c is c o
F r e d V o n P e g e rt
The Wooden Railroad Tie lo Be Displaced hy Transpiring in Oregon Boiled Down to Least Interesting Happenings and Doings of Nearby
One of Melal Safely and Comfort
Neighbors Clipped from Exchanges
Number of Lines and Yet Make
for the Future Traveler
and Otherwise Secured
the Subject Understood
Portland and San
Francisco and will carry a stock of Feeds,
FIRST NATIONAL B A N K
AN IMPORTANT INVNTION EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK TOPICS WISE AND OTHERWISE
flWe have taken the agency for Albers
Bros. Milling Co.,
R. E.SHIRE, V.-Prts.
0 C SANFORD, A»t. Colder
« J. SHERWOOD Pr,».
I. H. HAZARD, C((hl«r
A relic of old Oregon territorial
, days turned up in the office of the
| Secretary of State recently. I t is an
Indian war voucher made in favor
of Jeplha Green in the sum of $10
for shoeing five horses at $7 each
and repairing a wagon. The work
was performed for Captain R o b e rts ’
com; any, Second Regiment, Oregon
Mounted Volunteers, called into
service by proclamation of T e rrito r
ial Governor G eorge L Curry to
suppress Indian hostilities.
voucher is dated at Deer Creek,
August 11, 1850. I t was sent to the
Secretary of State by F. W. Haynes
of Roseburg, adm inistrator of the
estate of Edith J. Green He asked
whether the voucher was still good.
DOUBLE DISC RECORD
“ Were all medicines as meritorious
as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy the world would be
much better off and the percentage of
\ suffering greatly decreased,” writes
] Lindsay Scott, of Temple, Ind. For
sale by all druggists.
C. A. H A R R IN G T O N
Come and See
Same Old.1 P lace
O N LY 35c
Remember we are still giving a good double
disc graphophone record when your cash
purchase amounts to $5 00, by the payment
of 35 cents extra. A good assortment to
select from. A full and complete line of
Staple and Fancy Groceries, F l o u r , Feed,
Lard, Etc. See us before buying Economy
D ra n e 's S to r e