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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1907)
Albeit G. Miller and Charlotte
22 Lorenzo R. Flanders and Ray
D. F- DEAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR
25 Renold H. Olsen and May J
County Official Paper.
26 Martin O'Niel and Nettie Sim
PUBLISHED KVE li T WEDNESDAY.
28 Calvin C. Bridges and Lillian
Devoted to the material and sooial np
building o f the Ooqaille Valley partroalarly
• nd o f Oooa Oonuty generally.
Subscription, per year, in advanoe, $1.60 31 Stephen Curren and Edna Mat-
Phone, Main 55.
Following i* the list of license
grented and marriages solemnized
in Coos county during the year
Charles Alton Evernden and
Virgina Anny Gage.
17 Robert L. Simpson and Selma
24— R. L. Morris and Maggie May
24 Mack Baker and Maggie Chan
22 Samuel J. Norman and Hulda
25 Archibald D. Butters and Mar
ion H. Reedy.
27 James A. Allen and Jennia L,
31 Nicholas Burelbachand Winni-
fred J. Kelley.
Benjamin G. Schuyler and Del
Willie E. Gilbert and Ora E.
Charles H. McCue and Eva M.
Frank W. Sims and Annie A.
Ralph E. Nosier and Rilla Dun
John A Carver and Leona Laura
14 Zacb Grant and Mary Anna
18 Ernest E. Sbud and Mary Etta
21 Jacob T. Endicott and Fannie
23 Lane Auselmo and Emma Fen-
Silas D. Clark and Mae Chand
Charles Crouch and Lizzie Lan
John T Hartley and Clara Ney-
Edward Mecum and Emma
Andrew Anderson nnd Hanna
W. H. Thomas and Ella Wright.
Carl H. Hollenbeck and Grace 29
Frank L. Sumner and Rose E, 28
Roland 0 . Epperson and Jen 28
nie E. Harris.
Frank B. Murr and May Esthr
Richard F. Shannon and Mary
Clarenoe A. Pennock and Eva
Arthur Noah a id Louise K
James W. M. Soott apd Myrtle
George R. Hanoock and Julia
Wm. W. Elliott and Frances
Chester P. Bender and Ellen
H O L L IS T E R 'S
Geo H Chard and Katie Shell.
Geo F McAdams and Roso E
Thomas B Jones and Augusta
H P Lelich.
John W Peterson and Nellie
Jess Sumner and Bell Corthell
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Bn ,7 Mediolne for Busy People.
Bring! QolJen Heelth nnd Renewed Vigor.
A gpeclflc for Constipation, Indigestion. Live
nnd K idney Trouble*, Pim ple., Eczema, Impure
Blood, Bad Breath. Sluggish Bowels, Headache
and Backache. I f * R ock y Mountain Tea In tab.
let form , M cent* a box. Genuine m ade by
H ollister D rco C ompany , Madison, Wis.
GOLDEN MJGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
B A N K
P R IV A T E H O S P IT A L
J. M. Barber.
Train Nurses in Attendance.
Coquille Transfer Co.,
For Further Particulars Address
P h o n e lU
Central Oregon State Normal School
O p e n s
Tuesday, Sept. 25,
ty of Trained Teachers.
Four, Five and Six Year Courses.
English, Latin, German and Musio.
New Physical and Chemical Laboratories.
An excellent Library.
Building newly furnished.
Two free scholarships to each school district in Coos and Curry Countie
For further information, address
A. L. BRIGGS, President,
Wr guarantee better worh
at lower prices than can be
had elsewhere. Do not order
Monumental worh until you
haue called upon or written
us for prices.
Richard J. Montgomery and
Jennie F. Wickman.
Gordon Smith and Edna M
J. Edward Young and Mary
R P Mathany and Codellia A
Chas R. Myers and Laura M.
Isaac M. Weekly and Susie
Lester B. Hisoox and Hester
Cbas S. Masters and Mabel O.
Peter J C Scott and Augusta
Joseph R Fish and Leola E.
Fred T Tuttle and Ruby Wie-
Ray R Pownder and Lee A
Joseph Cunningham and Nancy
Jas Arnold and Lillie Mynatt
Jos J Sell and Ora K. Leggett.
George H. Baxter and Grace
James T Miller and Mattie J.
Thomas A Freese aad Myrtle
P atents ENTERPRISE MEfIT CO.,
D e s ig n s
C o p y r ig h t s A c .
Anyone lending a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
invention is probably patentable. Communlc*.
lions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent«
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
Patents taken through Munu A Co. receive
tptcial notice without charge, In the
A handsomely illnstrated weekly. largest dr*
culatlon o f any sclentiflo Journal. Terms. $3 a
year: four months, *L Sold by all newsdealers.
D avid F ulton , Local Agent, Coquille.
STEWART & WHITE, Props.
P h on e. M ein 838.
Successors to Dean & Morgan.
3 d ft D Sts., M arshfield, Ore.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Salt Meats Lard
Hams and Bacon
COOS CO. MARBLE AND ORAHITE WORKS
PHINClPiH. PLACE OF BUSINESS, COQUILLE, OREGON
H A R N E S S -/T A K E R
M yrtle Point, Ore.
NOTICE OF GUARDIAN 8 ALE.
L. H. PEARCE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Notice is hereby given that on and
J. W. W A G N E R
W. T. DEMENT.
after the 24th day of October, A . D
1906, I will sell at private sale for part
cash and part credit, the following de
scribed property belonging to the estate
of Rosa Lillie, Albert Lillie and Clyde
G -o o d . S l i a v e
a n d
H a ir
O u t
Lillie, minor«, to-w it: The standing ce
dar timber upon Lots 2 and 3 and the
Sonth-esst quarter of the North-west
qnartor snd the South-west qnsrter of
Successor to Cha=. Mcomaw. Next door to l oquille Valley Packing Oo.
the North-east quarter of section 2,
Township 29, South, Range 13 West
Coos County, Oregon. Said sale will lie
made pursuant to an order and license
signed hythe the County Judge of said
county, dated the 7th d a vof September,
Mrs. J. L. Thompson handles a fine line of Stationery ana
all o f the Latest Novelties in connection.
MINERVA E. LILLIE.
Guardian of the persons and estates of
T H O M P S O N ’S
A complete stocb o f Harness, Saddles, Collars, etc., always
on hand. Also carry a stocb o f tents, wagons covers, horse
couers, lap robes and everything usually found in a firs t
D ra n e ’s S to re ,
D E A L E R IN
ALSO ACENT FOR MORNING OREGONIAN Fancy. and Staple Groceries.
Syrup, Tobacco, Cigars, etc. We carry a
full lino of
F lo u r a n d F e e d .
M e a ls at all H ours
From 5 a m to 9 P M,
G u a in e
TIMBER LAND ACT, JUNE 3, 1878.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. 8. Lend Office, Rosehurg, Oregon,
October 10, 1906.
NOTIOE la hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the act of
6 George E Murphy and Liaetta Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled “ An
M RS C. O. G ILK EY, Proprietorees
Act for the aale of Timber Land* in the Reasonable Rate to
Special Attention Given
George P Laird and Grace G State« of California, Oregon, Nevada
to Commercial People
and Washington Territory, as extended
6 Herman W. H in ford and M il to ell Public Land State« by Act of Au
gust 4, 1892, Fred T. Ruet, of Everett,
lie I. Beyers.
County of Snohomieh, State of Wash
John It. Swafford and Emma V.
Paris Ward aod Mary A Huff- ington, has this day filed in this office
hie sworn statement No. 7168, for the
George Snyder and Fannie
Wilbur E Pauli and Martha R East half of East half of Section No. 12
la Townehip No. 27 South of Range No.
10 weet, and will offer proof to show that
John R. McAdams and Frances
Carl W Asplaud and Elsie A. the land (ought ie more valuable for ita
timber or atone than for agricultural
A private hospital for the care and treatment of medical, snrglcal
S John M. Whobrey and May
8 Alfred Ray Bowron and Mar- purposes, and to establish his claim to
and obstetrical cases. Equipment new and modern
said land before the Regieter and Re
garetta E Sanford.
Geo. W. Wileon and Elma
ceiver of thie office at Rosehurg. Oregon,
in every particular.
11 Levi N Colvin Catherine N. on Tuesday, the 8th day of January,
*1907. He names se witneeees: John
10 Eric Wold and Margaret M.
10 Lytle J Rodley and F loren ce Romberg, James F.. Casey, and William
M. Fryman, of Everett, Wash., George
14 John Saedine and Amanda Jud-i
Including room, bjard, general nursing and drugs.
14 John G Yoakam and I iliie M ' W ' ^"*T'or, of Rnselmrg, Oregon.
Any and ail persons claiming adverse-
18 Wm. Wigant and Lenzetta Be-
ly the above-described lands are request-
16 G eorg o W R ea and Ella M Seek- ed lo file their claims in this office on or
[before said 8th day of January. 1907.
18 Silvester E. Osborn and Lloa
BENJAMIN L. EDDY,
H Thos Ö Sumerlin and Floren##*
N A T IO N A L
Skookum Restaurant, Monuments and Headstones
The Mercy Hospital
D. Grant Beale and Edith Hay-
Charles D. Felter and Lulu
Albert 8. Fish and Della Wood.
Jesse F, Stevens and Eva Vio
George P. Harrington and
Eda M. Cribbing.
William H. Crow and Nellie
Levi J. Roberts and Mina J. In-
Arthur McKeown and Elsie
Jans Hansen and Maggie Lar
James L- Ferrey, Jr., and Viola
Augden Endicott and Millie M.
Hubert J. Rice and Electa M
Charles Whetstone and Nettie
John W. Russell and Gertrude 14
Ernest L. Pierce and Eva Matt- 12
F IR ST
United Statu« Land Oitice, Koeebury,
Oregon, October 2D, 199<l.
Notice ¡» hereby given,that in compli
O P C O Q U lb U B , O R E G O N *
ance with the provisions of the Act of
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled “ An T r a n s a c t » a G e n e r a l B a n k i n g B u B in e w s
Act for tlie sale of Timber Land« in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Territory,” as extended
Board of Direetora.
to all Public Land States by act of Au
National Bank o f Commerce, New York City
A. J. Sherwood,
gust 4, 1892, Robert Vanflorn, of 1631 It. O. Dement,
6th Ave., West Seattle, county of King,
Crocker W ool worth N ’l Bank, San Francisco
L . Harlücker,
L . H. Hazard,
State of Washington, filed in this office
Firnt Nafc’l Bank of Portland, Portland, Or
Isaiah II acker,
it. E. Shine.
on May 19, 1906, bin sworn statement
No. 7356 for tlie purchase of the South
east quarter (SEt^) of Section No. 24, in
Township No. 27, South of Range No.
10 West, W. M., aij^l will offer proof to
D R . W E T M O K E fS
show that the landsought is moro val
uable for its timber or stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish
his claim to said land before the Regis
ter and Receiver of this office at Rose-
burg, Oregon, on Saturday, the 16th day
of February, 1907.
He names as witnesses: B. Roy An
derson, of Seattle, Wash., Albert Rehn-
am prepared to treat all
strom, of Hallard, Wash., E. L. Oiles,
of Rost'burg, Oreg., B. O. McGee, of
West Seattle, Wash.
Medical and Surgical Cases.
Any and all persons claiming adverse'
ly the above described lands are request
ed to file their claims in thin office on
j or before said 16th day of February, 1907
S p e e i a l p a t e s m a d e fot* A c c o u c h e ,
BENJAMIN L. EDDY,
m en t.
K m : i )
R. I. SHINE, Visa Prts
TIM BER LAND ACT, JUNE 3, 1878. « J SHERWOOD Pres.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Clyde A. Baker and Ophal L.
Carl B Mattson and Rose E.
Elijah D . McCrary, Jr. and
Ellen M. Juthstrom,
Wm A Reed and Emma L. She!
John Hill and Ida M. Strang
Nnitrito or “ Socialist Coffee,,’ a
Israel R Nosier and Nora Alice A“ « and refreshing morning drink
Wm A Panter and Mary E
W anted .— Parties to cut wood for
the steamer Echo. Apply for partic-
Clarenoe L Foster and Lela
ularB on bo.in, the boaL
Cecil G Cox and Nancy F. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Abso-
George W. Sanford and Hilda
The fault of giving children med-
ioine containing injurious substan
Bayrd M Richardson and Edna ces, is sometimes more disastrous
than the disease from which they
Thos W Robinson and Janet B. are fuffering. Every mother should
know that Chamberlain’s Cough
Bemedy is perfectly safe for ch il
John D McDougald and Mar dren to take. It contains nothing
harmful and for coughs, colds nnd
Samuel S Sherwood and Ruby croup is unsurpassed. For sale by
R. S. KnowRon.
Albert W H F Folsom and
Susie R Tuttle.
Dan Mattson and Josephine
Reetor A Johnson and Myrtle
Fox & Barber, Proprietors.
11 Francis E Carlile and Marr E
W IL L M E E T A LL B O A TS A N D T R A IN S .
29 Samuel H Clinton and Alenia
22 J L Lingo and Calista Gar- Parties having hauling of any kind will receive prompt attention by call-
21 Criss Ward and Gertrude
in Phone 116.
17 Benj F Perry and Lillie Hunt,
22 T. H. Mehl and Ethel M. John 23 W B Clark and Leona Belieu.
24 Wm D Baryor and Pearl Corn- A g e n t fo r th e b e s t C o o s C o u n ty Coal.
25 Leonard W. Plantz and Hattie
Etbolbert M Kay Isabel Hazle
Hubert Drollinger and Alice 22 James Hobson and Pearl Otta.
25 Wm E Fite and Maiy V. James.
s l a c t
8 James H. Durrand and Agnes 24 Stophen A Penmck and Ger
T A IL O R
Gordon G. Shepherd and Eth 25 Herman Hongle and Olga G.
C O Q U ILLE .
Carl Egenhoff and Maud Mills.
Edward O’ Malley and Dora A
F ir s t -C la s s
M e a lls a t a l H o u r s
12 Aaron Koland and May Larin
S e r v ie «.
F r o m 6 a m to 9 p m .
9 Thomas P. Wright and Ida C.
AT N0HTH BEND
open for the recep
19 John F. Goll and Emma M
tion of patients. The terms
are $10 per week and
19 Henry E. Johnson and Annie
upwards. For particulars
C. A H A R R I N G T O N , P r o p r ie t o r .
Almon W. Buell and Iris M
W e ffla k e fr a te s t o
S p e c i a l A t t e n t io n G iv e n to
S i s t e r s o f M e r c y R e g u la r B o a r d e r s .
C öfT lm ereia l P e o p l e
19 Eli Ellis and Teresa M. Huff.
ces E. Cordes.
JOHN Y O A K A M ,
J. M W A G N E R ,
W. T. DEMENT
23 Elridge L. Ingram and Emma
6 0 YEARS’
Sec’y A Mgr.
EXPE R IE N C E
25 Clarence Boyrie and Lena J.
Lone S ta r R estaurant
M ARSH FIELD
G eneral h o sp ital
$>30 p e r
A CHOICE LIN E OF
Everything found in a first-class Grocery. Prices the lowest
consistent with good goods.
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Cleanest, M ost C onvenient, and the
C H E A PE ST ligh t known.
That furnished by the C O Q T 7IL L E
R IV E R E L E C T R IC CO is firat
class and up to date in every respect.
The rates place it w ithin reach o f all
Miss S. C. Lakeman, Matron.
FRANK MORSE, Prop, COQUILLE, ORE.