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W e Sell
Are You Particular
F IR S T NATIONAL B A N K
About w hat you put
into your Stomach?
If you are
Real Estate Co.
G et S W I F T ’ S Brands
M a n a u ik
Two Door* South P. O.
Nosier & Norton
Highly improved, one mile and a half
from Coquille; two residences and two
barns, one of which is the finest in the
county; thirty head of fine blooded
cows, six horn».'», wagons and fanning
tools go with ihe place.
Price $30,000. Good Terms
Phone Home 1 1 1
Farm ers 4 8 3
A G R E A T B IG G LA SS
¿ J * U R £ r r tV IT FLAVORS
of our pure fruit flavored soda is
a rare treat indeed. It is a drink
that always touches the right
spot. Stop in and have one to
day. You’ll enjoy every sip you
take. You’ll enjoy the renewed
vigor and energy it will impart.
All flavors and all good.
Stickney Gasoli ne Engines
ARE THE BEST
No 23 B
Price $60 per Acre
Nosier & Norton
Roseburg-Myrtle Point Auto Line
J. L. LAIRD, Proprietor
E a s t In d ia n M a g ic .
A traveler tellR a story of Indian
magic. The juggler was a Malay, who
stroked with his fingers the blade of a
long knife or creese
saw water fall drop by drop from the
blade, which became flaccid, like a
strip of India rubber Thrown on the
ground. It bounced about, but was a
knife blade again when lifted by the
juggler. An examination showed that
there wus no water on the mat on
which the observer saw the drops fall
Oregon Agricultural College
purposes. Two Mocks from court house.
i!3 ir r^ tp ç $
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OLD R E LIA BLE—EQUIPPED WITH W IRELESS
Choice residence lots in all parts of
the city from $200 up.
August 3, 8, 13. 18, 23, 28
From Coos Bay
July 6, 11, 16, 21, 26, .‘11
PAUL L. STERLING, Agent
August 5, io. 15, 20, 25, 39
Phone Main 181
O-SSHtMCt « q
Real Estate Co.
I Two Door* South P. O.
G e tt in g R id o f H im .
Me—I want to get married, don’t you
know She- Well, why don’t you go
over and talk to my chaperon? She’s
a widow, you know - Yonkers States
«G p ' . - w
C o u ld B o x T h in g s .
Manager Yes; we need a man. It «
in our packing department. Had any
experience? Applicant - I've taken les
gons in ho\1ng. sir Boston Transcript.
Better than the Best
M otor Trucks
IT H O U T our knowledge, the Columbus Labo
ratories of Chicago tested F i s h e r ' s B lend
F lour for a Dakota Wheat Grower. The an
alysis ranked F i s h e r ' s B lend F lour higher in Gen
eral Average, Gluten Quality, Water Absorption and
L oaf Value than the best Dakota all-Iiard Wheat Pat
ent Flour, which is the recognized standard for bread
stuff efficiency. „ F is h e r ' s B lend F lour is a scientific
combination o f Eastern I lard Wheat and Western Soft
Wheat, preserving the best qualities o f each. Jt costs
you From 20 to 25% less than a straight Eastern Hard
Wheat Flour— docs
Our sales plan enables your truck to
pay for itself.
Remember you buy direct from the
manufacturer. No commissions or bo
nuses to pay.
There are no jokers in this proposition,
just practical, good business perception
on our part, which accommodates a
long-felt need among many present and
would-be truck users.
A simple note of inquiry, which will be
treated as strictly confidential, will re
ceive our prompt response.
F isher ’ s B lf . nd F lour
For Sale by All Dealers
fisher flouring .MILLS CO. S E U. A S. T T A. L E
Address E. E. GERLINGER
688 Washington St.
C rescen t Ranges
Made by the Pacific Stove and Range Co., St. Johns, Oregon
Regular as the Clock
Largest S t o c k
of Ranges in
a n d Bandon
First-class lare only
Up freight, per ton
Fourteen Ranges on
E. & E. T. Kruse
2 4 C a lifo r n ia S tr e e t , S a n F r a n c is c o
W e are prepared to
effer six e f these Ran
ges at the Reduced
F o r R e s e r v a tio n ,
NOSLER & NORTON
A g e n ts , C o q u ille , O r e g o n
O V E R 65 Y E A R S '
EXPER IEN C E
P OL K’ S'
From Portland 9 A. M.
July 2, 9, 14, 19, 24, 29
than the man who makes himself
the sole object of all his affections
and exertion*. A selfish person
misses the w urn heart throbs that
come with the joy of doing good
Parties having property for sale
or bouses for rent will find it to their
O REG O N an d W A S H IN G T O N
advantage to list same with the
ALWAYS ON TIM E
No. 63—Four-room house anil two lots
for $050. A good buy.
V O N PEGERT
& 0<>O C <>00<>C aX>O Q O O O <X»0<
S t a g e R u n n i n g in C o n n e c t i o n
School Year Opens September 20th
No. 132. 10 Acres
Leaves Mrytle Point daily at 7 O’clock
G u n s H e a rd N in e ty - s e v e n M ile s.
Fine residence; orchard; half bottom
a. m. Arrives at Roseburg at 2 o’clock.
My house is on a high hill near Coda I
land; good im provem ent; one mile
Leaves Roseburg daily at 7 a. m., ar frein Coquille. Reasonable terms.
ming, and as 1 sat reading oue after
noon 1 heard, or rather felt, n long vl
riving at Myrtle Point at 2 o’clock.
brating boom several times repeated
Special rigs for parties at any time.
I thought It must be a motor van
maneuvering behind the house, but
found nothing there Then 1 guessed
No. 138. 220 Acres
what It might l>e and forthwith wrote
Fine stock ranch, l>est in Coos county to the chief gunnery officer of H. M. S
Carrying United States Mail and Passengers’ Baggage
ami cheapest on our list, all tilings con Orion to make sure. Through the ver\
sidered. Thirty acres bottom land in kind courtesy of this gentleman I am
Office at th ir d 's Livery Barn, M yrtle l ’oint
cultivation; 7 acres hill land in oats; a able to state for certain that the dis
charge of the Orion’s guns was dis
Home Telephone 461.
Farmers Telephone 156 good quantity of saw tint her' fine stream tinctly audible ninety-seven statute
water running through place; good out miles from the ship, the sound taking
range for stock, new 9-room residence; some where about eleven minutes to
good barn and outside buildings; good travel the distance.—Letter in Ixmdon
orchard; place well fenced. All farming Spectator.
implements, mower, rake, cultivators,
C o u ld H e lp H im s e lf.
plows ind other tools usually found up
It was the anniversary of his young
on a first-class ranch; wagon, harness;
160 head of old goats and 40 or 50 kids son’s birthday, and the proud father,
This great institution opens its doors
who felt that he ought to give the lad
with the place. Good terms.
for the fall semester on September 20th.
something, stepped into a bookseller's
Courses of instruction include: General
“ What kind of a book would you
Agriculture. Agronomy, Animal Hus
like?” nRked the assistant, to whom
bandry, Dairy Husbandry, Bacteriology
the other had confided his purpose
Botany and Plant Pathology, Poultry
“Something that would be useful and
Husbandry, Horticulture, Entomology
educative,“ said the father, forgetting
Veterinary Science, Civil Engineering,
No. 43—One t!-room residence and lot that he always detested such books in
Electrical Engineering, Mechanical En
■50x100, within four blocks of postoffice. his own boyhood.
gineering; Mining Engineering, High
“Well, here is a very excellent one
Terms if desired. Price $1,300.
way Engineering, Domestic Science,
on ’Self Help.’ ”
“Self Help!” exclaimed the father
Domestic Art, Commerce, Forestry,
within five blocks postoffice, $1,500.
“Ben doesn’t need anything of that
Pharmacy, Zoology, Chemistry, Phys
ics, Mathematics, English Language
No. 51—Choice residence and lot BOx kind. You ought to see him nt the din
ner table!”—San Francisco Star
and Literature, Public Speaking, Mod
100, four blocks from postoffice, $1,800.
em Languages, History, Architecture,
No. 55—Nice house anti barn, 1L
Art, Industrial Pedagogy, Physical Ed
acres, fine orchard; eight blocks from
DO GOOD TO O TH ERS.
ucation, Military Science and Tactics,
postoffice, Price $4,500.
Don't live for yourself, and do
not be afraid of diminishing your
No. 61—Good 7-rooin residence, all
own happiness b y promoting that
modern conveniences, hot ami cold
of oilier*. H e who labors wholly
water, nice barn, orchard and all kinds
for the benefit of others and. as it
Catalogue and illustrated literature muled free on application. of berries. Six lots, four of which arc
were, forgets himself is far happier
goo I bottom—the liest for gardening
Address Regi&iar, Oregon Agricultural College, Corvallis, Oregon.
NEW CAR AND GOOD SERVICE
No. 1 bench land, one mile and half
from Coquille; six acres in cultivation
til in orchard and strawberries; good
5-room house; two barns and a silo; 15
stands of bees; three dozen chickens;
all household furniture; horse, buggy
and farming tools. A dandy, profitable
and pleasant little home. Half cash,
balance to suit purchaser.
W ALLIN G 'S AUTO LIVERY
Price $52.50 per Acre
e x c l u s iv e a g en ts
Twenty-five acres bottom, 36 acres in
cultivation; good new house and barn;
tine spring water; good orchard: 25,000
feet fine timber; close to good school
and church; on good county road eight
miles from Coquille. A money maker.
Good new house and barn; 35 acres of
bottom land in cultivation; 20 acres
-ood timber; close to school and church;
nicely located eight and one-half miles
rom Coquille. A genuine snap. Terms
to suit purchaser.
When you buy a Stickney Engine
of us, you know that we’re always on
the job at the other end of the tele
phone wire. The buying of the engine Is the first thing and
then you will need supplies. We are here on the job to take
care of you without your bothering with letter writing to cor
porations hundreds of miles away.
NOSLER & NORTON
Always on the Job
Good bottom land, nearly all in cultiva
tion ; fine 8-room residence, all modern
and up-to-date, good wood house 26x28
two-storv; splendid spacious barn with
sujierb equipments; nice family orchaid
and all kinds of fruits and berries. Two
and one-half miles from Coquille. All
farming implements included in price
asked. This is a good buy. Let us
show you this property. Good terms.
A strano* R . c i p , F o r Acting.
R. E.SHIRE, V.-Pres.
THEY HAD TO KILL GAME. A J . SHERWOOD P r o
Perhaps the most striking Instance
L. H. HAZARD, Cathler
0. C SANFORD, A n t . Cashier
of voluntary balluclnatlou ts that re So T h o y C o u ld n 't W a s te P o w d e r on •
corded by an Intimate friend of the
M a n - E a t in g C ro c o d ile .
actor Talma. Langlols states that the
In “Aniiuul Life lu Africa” Is the
great tragedian told him that when following curious narrative, which
ever he entered on the stage he was shows the Indifference of the uatlves
OR C O Q U I U l i B . O R E G O N .
accustomed by force of will to make of East Africa to the sacrifice of hu
his brilliant audience disappear and to man life:
T r a n s o c t s a G e n e r a l B a n k i n g B u ein e«**
substitute for them a bouse full of
One morning 1 was standing on the
Beerd of Dlreetore.
The emotion wblcb these banks of tbe Lujenda river, lu Portu
ghastly creatures of his own lmaginn- guese Ea*t Africa, watching, with my R . C . D e m e n t ,
A . J . S h erw o o d ,
N a tio u a i B a n k « C o m m e rc e , N ew Y o r k C l
| tlon excited served, he declared, to frleud, Mr. Maugham, our stores cross
L . H a r lo c k e r ,
L . IE . H a z a rd ,
J C r a c k e r W o o lw u r t h N ' l B o u k , S a n K r a u c i
give additloual force to bis own Imper Ing. We had Just come to the conclu
T e a ia h H a c k e r .
R . E . S h in ..
P i n t N a t ‘1 h a c k o f 1 ‘n r t la m i.
P o r t 1 , In '
■Ion that what we had fancied was
the protruding nose of a crocodile was.
B r ig h t P u p ils .
in fact, only a piece of rock when a
R. S, K nowlton , President
G eo . A. R obinson , Vice-Pres. * %
These are some of the pupils' answers local native, who was standing near,
R. II. M ast , Cashier.
to examination problems:
said. “ If you will come with me to
The countries benefited by the over the village 1 can show you a big croco
flow of the Nile are Europe, Asia, Aus dile.” Mr. Maugham electing to stay
tralia and America, because they are and superintend the porters across the
river, I went along with the “boy.”
nut there to be drowned.
The village in question lay but some
The source of the Nile river is Its
300 yards distant and proved to be of
considerable size and full of people,
Example—A boy paid $8.25 for a w ho at the moment were in a state of
wagon and sold It for $7.75. Did he pleasurable and noisy excitement over
Opmed for Cusines March. 1 9 0 9
gain or lose, and bow much?
the arrival of our large caravan. “But
Answer—Me gained on the cents and surely there can be no crocodile here
lost on the dollars.—Kansas City Star.
C O R K KS P O N D E N T S :
with all this noise going on?” I re
marked. “Oh. yes.” nonchalantly re
I.add & Tilton Rank, Portland
First National Bank, San Francisco
plied the guide “He lives here and
T o n g s.
National Park, New York
First Trust & Savings, Coos Bay
Tongs were said to have been In does not mind the people.’’
Sure enough, on reaching the bank
vented In China B. C. 1122. but repre
sentations of them have beeu found the first tiling l saw was a huge croco
on the Egyptian monuments B. C. dile basking at full length and with
2200. In India they are claimed as In his mouth wide open on a rock not
more than twenty yards away. He
use since B. C. 000. and their principal
was not in the least disturbed by the
employment in that country, where chattering of the» women and children,
fires during the most of the year are and there was no question of stalking
S P E C IA L T R IP S
superfluous, was to facilitate the hand him. It was only necessary to sit
Anywhere— Any time
ling of dead bodies In the fuueral leisurely down on the bank and put a
pyres. Seventy pairs of tongs, some bullet through his shoulder, when,
bronze, some iron, have been taken after shutting and opening his mouth
from the ruins of Pompeii.
a few times, he fell off the rock and
sank like n stone.
. The headman was quite pleased, say
T a x le s s T o w n .
There is a community in France ing that the animal took some one.
Phone.-H om e 106
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where not only are there no taxes, but usually a woman or. child, at least
Farmers Day 4 8 6
the timbers on the communal lands are once a month. “Why. then,” I said In
Night 26 3
l C O Q U IL L E G A R A G E
sufficient to grant each |K?rson a small astonishment, having noticed that
annuity. This happy land Is Montmar- about every second man seemed to be
Ion, in the Midi. There are seven elec provided with a firearm of some sort,
tors in the hamlet, so to avoid anything “did you not shoot It?” “Ah. well, we
like rivalry the seven return them have very little powder, and it Is very > £ > Q € < > O C O
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selves to the local council. Cutting expensive, and we are poor and re
F re d V o n P e g e rt
C . I. K im e
down the trees and selling them Is suf quire all we have to kill game.” was
ficient to provide a livelihood for these the surprising though characteristic
simple people, whose tastes are so mod answer.
est that they may be termed by some
N a m e d F o r H is S a ta n ic M a je s ty .
M E C H A N I C A L
It is scarcely an exaggeration to say
that hardly a county in the British
W e s tm in s te r A b be y.
All visitors to London make it a isles is without some place or thing
point to visit the famous Westminster with the designation Devil, all of
which prompts the thought that his
abbey. But in reality there is no such
G e n e r a l I'.lacksmithing,
Satanic majesty must be a holder of a
place as Westminster abbey, because
' Wagon Making, .Machine
considerable amount of property on
the abbey disappeared many, many
[ Work, Pattern Making and
this terrestrial globe
! Casting, Automobile Work.
years ago. What they see now is the
Punch Bowl, the Devil’s Bellows, the
church that used to belong to the nb
C O Q U I L L E , OREGON
bey. aud the pro[>er name for this
Tub. the Devil’s Frying Pan. the Dev
building is the Collegiate Church of Si
ll's Lake, the Devil’s Dike, the Devil’s
Peter. They keep up the old name
Caldron, are a few instances which
Westminster abbey because people
occur at random, scattered about in
like it. Just as they keep the blood
various parts of the country.—Dundee
stains in the Tower freshened up with
paint now and then.—New York Sun.
• Business Directory
A D ir e c t o r y o f e a c h C it y , T o w n a n d
V illa g e , g iv in g d e s c r ip t iv e s k e t c h o f
e a c h p lat e, lo c a t io n , p o p u la t io n , t e l e
g r a p h . s h ip p in g a n d b a n k i n g p o i n t ;
alflo C la s s ifie d d ir e c t o r y , c o m p il e d b y
b u s in e s s a n d p r o fe s s io n .
D es ig n «
C opyrights A c .
A ny d be sen d in g a s k e tc h and d escrip tio n m s ?
qu ickly a sc e rta in o ur o pinion free w h e th e r an
InretiM on Is prob ably put e n ta b le . C om m u n ie*.
t Ions Ft rlctly co n fid e n tial. HAl------ . . .
sen t fre e . O ldest ag e n cy fo r se c u rin g p atentF.
P a te n ts tak e n th ro u g h M unn A Co. ret e ll
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So ld by a ll n ew sd ealer*.
T h e bodies of these
Ranges are made of
Call and see them
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