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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 19??-1917 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1917)
Tha North Bond M ill A Lumber Co.,
which has operated with fewer inter
ruptions than aqy sawmill on Ceos
Bay for tha past two years and a half,
has undergone a change in ownership.
Chris Groks* Sentence.
Schroeder placa at Arago, vaa des
troyed by flra Monday, together with
it* contents.''""the origin o f the flra is
not definitely known, but it is sup
posed to hava startad from a defec
tiva flus. .The aun wars out at work,
and tha flra obtained such a start that
littla if anything was taken oat.
Among tha contents o f tha house was
a now piano, and this with all tha
household goods, ate., made a heavy
lass for Mr. Sehroadar. The house
aras not o f groat vaina, having bean
built soma years ago from an out
building, at tha tima tha main resi
dence was burned. This 1s the fifth
destructive flra that has occurred on
the place la the last eighteen years.
The first destroyed the creamery built
by tha elder Henry Schroeder, and
two store buildings have burned at
The old Schroeder
reeidenee went up in smoke si ut
four years ago.—Herald.
C. K. Hudson, of
Washington, D. C , is the new mem
ber of the firm and has taken o er
the stock o f'L . J. Simpson and the
Standish-Hickey company, of San Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
Franciaco. Two hundred thourand w ith LOCAL, A P P LIC A T IO N S , as they
dollars of new capital want into $ *
concern. The steam schooner Yellow
stone, owned by Swayne A Hoyt, who
are heavy stockholders, has bean tak
en ever by the company.
Chris Grabs, of North Bond, who
had previously bean found guilty of
bootlegging, was sentenced Thursday
by Jostle* Shuster to six months in
ail. The justice revoked the patol*
•stended Grabs on a format trial.
Katie Sargent, o f North Band, has
brought an action against N. J. Cous
ins, of the same place, wherein she is
easing for $2,000 p — « m ! damages,
besides $100 doctor’s fern and $100
Central expenses She alleges that
•ha waa thrown from her father’s
fight wagon or buggy when he at-
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