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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1909)
REAL E STATE TRANSFERS
Hartley deed to parcel of land be-
ginning 7.06 ebs n o f J corner be-
Furnished b y Title Guarantee and l "!ee11 secs 4
5- ' " P 3° ■” I2' con
Abstract Co., Coquille and
taming 7.94 acres. Con * 800 .
Leonard Hartley et ux, to Fran-
C O DRYDEN M A N A G E R
M . A. TUPPER
A A I.cach to Sarah M Leach, cis I. Rider deed to se* ofsej' & 11 w j
Countv Official Paper. deed to lot 1 and n 1-2 of lot 2 , blk ° f sel> see 33- twp 29, r 12 . Con
71, Notleye Add to Coquille. Con, *45°-
$1, love, etc.
J- p - Hayes et at, to Mack Hayes
PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY.
K A Beckett et ux to O C San- jdeed to lot t. sec 24 . twp 31 . r 12 .
D evoten to ib e m aterial and social ap- ford, deed to lots 7 and 8 , blk 47, Con $ 1 .
buiJd.ug of t l'6 Ooq aille Valley particularly Elliotts add to Coquille. Con $900.! w «*»- A. Welch, to H. 0 . Itow-
and o f Coos Oonuty ge îe a lly .
Centrally and Conveniently Located
mj I jso *p- o s , per.year, id advance. fl.ßO
Marshall Steel to E M Randle- Dnd deed to sej, of sej, sec 3 , twp
for all purposes. j * Table Supplied
man, deed to parcel of land begin- 3 1 • r >2- Con $50
with the Best the market affords.
Phone, Main 55.
U. S. o f A., to Ein. B. Milbury
ning 35 rods e of sw corner se 1-4
Sample Rooms for commercial men.
of ne 1-4, sec 33, twp 28, r 23; also patent to e } o f sw j A w\ of sej,
Our W ash in gton Letter.
Free Transfer of Baggage to and
w 1-4, sec 34, twp 28, r 13. Con $10.
trom boats and trains.
W ashington , D. C. March 15
Congress assembled today in re Reed deed to parcel of land, con deed to lot 1 , blk 3 , Coaledo. Con
sponse to a special call of Presi taining 9.86 acres near Myrtle $ 20 .
Albert E. Crouch, to Carrie E.
R ec en tly
dent Taft, in conformity with the Point. Con $2000.00.
deed to w.J of sej A s j of
N e w ly F u rn ish ed
promise that he made to the people
ther deed to lots 7 dr 8 , blk 4, Elvy sw j, sec 10 . twp 3 1 , r 1 1 ; £ interest
T h rou gh ou t
of this country last fall.
in sj o f nw j, sec 26 , twp 3 1 , r 12 -
to Riverton. Con 1100.
President Tult promised that, if
L. D. McAffry, to Geo. E. Hu- Con $ 1000 .
elected, he would immediately call
5 e e « e e « « e e e e e c « « e e « e c « e « « 6 « e « « « * e e « « « e « « « e e « « e « « « < i
Tulle B. Sell A hus, to Geo. P.
congress together to revise the tar ther deed to lot 6 , Blk 4, Elvy add
Harrington deed to s£ of nw| A n£
iff that the revision should be hon to Riverton. Con $30.
L. A. Roberts e t ux, to Pearl ot sw j, sec 26 , twp 29 , r 12 . Con
estlv and fearlessly made. Every
one knows but for his promise, Goodman deed to lot 5, blk 18, *3°7-
Julia M. Endicott A hus, to Fan
backed by his well known sincerity Border & Renders add to Myrtle
Every form of delicacy in this line, and all the staple
nie Endicott deed to parcel of land
Bryan and the Democratic party Point.
articles— the freshest and purest.
Chas. Collier et ux to Mary Hens beginning 9.41 chs s of center o f
would have been swept into power
on a tidal wave. The excessively
protected industries are now bard beginning 32 Iks s of 1-4 1-4 sec acres. Con $ 1000 .
For anything to Feed Man, Horse or Fowl, and
T. T. Land et ux, to W. H. L y
at work trying to convince congress tion corner on east boundary of se
my Prices are Established on the “ Live and Let
that this promise of Mr. Taft was
liotts add to Coquille. Con $ro.
only a bluff. These industries have 50.
W. H. Lyons et ux, to T. T. Land
John D. Barklow et ux »0 Chas.
been enjoying a degree of protect
deed lo lot 9 , blk 42 , Elliotts add to
ion much higher than was necessary
Coquille. Con $ 10 .
to insure a fair profit to the manu beginning 40 rds n of corner of secs
P op u la tion 5,068.
facturer and fair wages to every 10, 11, 14 <& 15, twp 29, r 13, con»
workman. The steel trust, for in taining 40 acres. Con $10.
Marshfield has had a census tak
J' G. Fish et ux to E. E. Weekly
stance, has made annually $400,000,
en in order to show that the popu
000 more than a fair profit on the deed to w 1-2 of sw 1-4, & se 1-4 of lation of the town is over 5000, the
money invested. They have been sw 1-4, sec 16; & n 1-2 of n 1-2 of limit required for the organization &
selling steel rails to the American nw 1-4 & n 1-2 of s 1-2 of n 1-2 of of an Elks’ lodge. The total re
people for $28 per ton and selling nw 1-4, sec 21, twp 20, r 11. $2750. turns show the population to ba
Emma J. Hite & hus, to C. A.
those same rails delivered in London
and other European centers at $22 Delong deed to parcel of land be
to $24 per ton. It is obvious that ginning 56 rods w of 1-4 corner on
“ Besides being an excellent rem
the American tariff is not necessary n line of sec 1, twp 28, r 13, con edy for colds and throat troubles, m
to the American manufacturer when taining 2 acres. Con $1700.
is unequaled as a cure for croup,’ ’ á
Margaret A. Hudson to James
be goes in all foreign fields. If he
W e carry a good line of W altham,
says Harry Wilson of Waynetown,
can sell in the markets where com Nedlock deed to lots 1 & 2, blk 63, Ind. When given as soon as the
Elgin, South Bend and Howard W atch
petition is strong without the aid ol & lots 4, 5 & 6 <K 7, 8 interests in croupy cough appears, this remedy
Before purchasing a watch else
protection, why should he be giveD lot 3, blk 64, Notleys add to Co will prevent the attack. It is used
call and examine our stock and
successfully in many thousands of
a tariff that is nothing more than a quille. Con $1800.
homes. For sale by R. S. Knowl-
W e guarantee our prices to
U. S. of A. to James W. Barnett
license to rob the American people.
be as reasonable as any.
Every railroad that is built, every Registers’s Receipt for s 1-2 of sw
bridge that is built, every house 1-4 sec 2, & e 1-2 of se 1-4, sec 3,
with iron girders that is erected, twp 29, r 13.
A E Adelspergcr, to Bon Mc
must pay tribute to this great trust.
deed to lots 1, 2, 3, & 4,
E Q U IP P E D W IT H W IR E L E S S
In other words, tlieie is a tax of
$400,000,000 every jear on the blk 3, Smiths add to Myrtle Point.
prosperity of this country that is Con $50.
Dollie D. Winters to Herman
paid to the steel trust so that if this
tariff were removed, instead of mak Winters deed to ne 1-4, Sec 22; &
Capt. E. D. Parsons
ing the steel trust a present of $400,- ne 1-4, sec 28; & nw 1-4 sec 34, twp
000,000 a year, that money would 28, r 9. $1.00.
L B Fetter et ux Margaret A.
start new enterprise and industries
which i\ould greatly nid our prou- Hudson deed to lot 1 & 2 blk 42,
S ails p o m P o rtla n d S aturdays a t 8 p. m.
peiity. President Taft promised Elliotts add to Coquille. Con $1050.
D A IL Y
J H Cecil et ux et a) to John H
that the tariff shall be adjusted so
Sails fro m Coos Bay Tuesdays a t seruice o f tide.
March and April
as to give a fair return to the man Smith deed to parcel of land be During
ufacturer on the money invested ginning 580 ft e of ne corner of 10,
Frcm all Parts o f ihe East
GEO. T. MOULTON. A gt.
H. W SKINNER. Agt.
and fair wages to the workmen they blk 10, north add to Coquille.
employ. The American
D F D E A N , P R O P R IE T O R
Do You Intend to Build?
1C C - Did you slop lo consider that a building made
II O U out of ceineut blocks is almost indestructable
Did you stop to consider that the first cost is almost the
Did you slop io consider thrt s?ud and gravel, washed and
cleaned by the ocern, iOge.be: \v’\ h proper proportion of
Portland cement, m a’.es ibe fi ’ esi blocks and bricks in the
Yours for business,
COQUILLE COM CRETE WORKS
Fine cemetery work a specialty.
monumental and building work.
Phone. Main 1731.
Est'matts furnished oo all Linds of
JOHN MITCHELL. PROP.
M arshfield Oregon
I CAN SUPPLY EVERY ORDER
Johnson Lumber Co,
Keeps in stock a complete line of Rough and
W . H. Schroeder
Dressed Lumber, Flooring,
Our Dry Sheds are roomy and are filled with
the most complete stock of Finishing Lumber
in the Coquille Valley.
J e w e le r
R a t e s
O re g o n
hem tily endorse this position and
John II Smith et ux to Geo Red
congress is expected to carry this ding deed to parcel of land begin
OREGON SHORT LINE
promise into effect.
ning 580 ft e of ne corner of lot 10,
There is one great difficulty in blk 10, north add to Coquille.
RAILROAD & NAVIGATION CO.
the way however,
and that is $ 6 (X).
U. S. of A. to Sam Stout patent
Speaker Cntinon; it is well knowu
that be stands for an excessive and for e 1-2 of ne 1-4, sec 30 twp 28, r
$ 3 3 From Chicaero
practically exhorbitant tariff and 11
$ 3 0 .6 0 From St. Louis
J J O’ Neil et ux et al to Lampa
he lias been a thorn in the side of
$ 2 5 From Omaha
President Roosevelt and bids fair Coal Mining Co. deed to lot 5, sec
2 5 From Kansas City
to be a burden on the hands of 25; A ne 1-4 of ne 1-4, see 36, twp
President Taft. It is a misfortune 28, r 16; lot 2 & e 1-2 of nw 1 - 4 ,
TO THE PUBLIC
that this old logy, nearly eighty •ec 31, town, 28 r 13. Con $1.
everybody you know
J II Timon et ux to R A Camp in the Kant anti to tell
years old, should preside over con-
them about these
gtess in these progressive times. bell et al deed to lot 5, sec 25 & ne low colonist rates. Send them litera
or Bend their ad-
The Republican majority in con 1-1, sec 36, twp 28, r 14; lot 3 A e drehses to us and we will do it. In this
gress has steadily decreased under 1-2 of nw 1-4, sec 31, twp 28, r 13. way you can l>e a great help in the
growth and progress of your State.
his leadership until now the major Con $700.
Horace Warner to S W Warner
ity is but one-third of what it was
YOU CAN PREPAY FARES
four years ago when Republican deed to parcel of land beginning 3
otherwise been chs e of 1-4 corner between secs 28 for anyone from any place if you want
to. Deposit the necessary amount with
practically ns overwhelming. It is & 22. twp 29, r 12, containing 12 our local agent and he will telegraph
well known on inside circles that acres. Con $1000.
President Taft would welcome a
David Morse. Jr., et ux, to H.
Inquire of Agent« or write to
new progressive speaker in the Sengstakeu deed to nej sec 4 , twp.
place of Mr. Cannon who has be 29 , R. 14 . Con $ 10.00
General Passenger Agent
come a liability rather than an as
John Folsher et ux, to Eli W. The Oregon Railroad A Navigation Co.
set of the Republican party. The James deed lo parcel of laod begin Southern Pacific Co. (Lines in Oregon)
farmers of this country have great ning 6 06 ebs s A e 84 chs w of J
confidence in President Taft and corner between secs i7 A 20 , twp
they expect a substantial reduction 29 , r 12 , containing t .50 acres. Con
in the tariff all along the lino which $ 450 .
will give them relief from Ibe cord
Julia Iindicott A hus, to John
AT N0 HTH BEND
age trust, the wire nail trust, the Biehn deed to parcel of land begin
Is now open for the recep
harvester trust, the farming im ning 9 41 chs s ol center ol sec 16 ,
tion of patieins. The terms
plement trust and every other twp 29 , r 12 , containing 2 j acres.
n<e $10 per week aod
trust that derives nourishment and Con # 1000 .
upwards. For particulars
power from this excessively high
Nancy Barklow, to Thos. Bark-
tariff. Every man who stands in low et al deed to sw$ A sj of nwl
the way of an honest and fair re- A lots 2 , 3 A 4 , sec 8 ; A 11 J of nw}
duct’on of the tariff, is working A lots 1 , 2 , 3 , A 4 . see 17 , twp 29 , r ]
NORTH BEND. OREOON
against the Republicans and for n 12 . Con $ 1.00
John C. Royer et ux, to Albert
sweeping Democi atie victory in the
next congressional election.
Barklow deed to parcel of land be-1
The Mercy Hospital
Sisters of Mercy
I ginning 3.75 chs« A 59
holey's Honey and Tar cures meander corner on left bank C' 0-1
n „ m r m r i v r>n rvn
cough quickly, strengthens the
E. C. HOLLOW AY, PR OP.
lungs and nx,veils colds
Oet the (1U," e r,ver* ,>etWeen SCCS 8 * *?•
. r .
genuine in a yellw package. Fuhr- twp 29' r
also Parcel o f land he-
CR,,e’ P,e*’ C o ,k ,e"* H o
1 ginning 1 .10 chs n of corner to ffe r ,naps etc.
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secs 7 , 8 , 17 A 18 , twp 29 , r 12 . giyen orders for banquet*. dinner.
Garden, grass and field seeds at Con |4<)0o
Koowltou • Drug Store.
Sueet, » Coquille, O regon,
Benjamin Hartley, to Leonard
Estimates gladly furnished.
Yard and Office, Front St. near Depot.
CHEAP CITY LOTS
Prices $50, $60, $75, $100, $125
Coos Bay and Portland
and $150 per lot.
Terms to suit
purchasers. In Barrow & Strang’s
addition to the City o f Coquille.
The finest building location in
Home Realty Co.
T. H. MEHL
Prices as low as
L O W
gDe Laval Separators, Stickney|
u Gas Engines and Dairy Supplies. £ Portland and Coos Bay S. S. Line
SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS.
Call and see me before buying elsewhere.
Sails for Portland Every Saturday
. . . C ZA R IN A, . . .
R IV E R LIN E
CO Q U ILLE
B e tw een San F ra n c is c o and Bandon
Steamers FIFIELD and BANDON
T w i n Screw, N e w and F a s t
1st Class Passage
M arshfield, Oregon
O u r Interests a re y o u r Interests.
F a ir rate and
Agents, Bandon, Oregon
M e a ls a t a ll H o u rs
F r o m 0 a no t o 9 p no.
p in st-C lass
S ervie« .
C ö t n m a r a illl Men
T A IL O R
Accepted throughout the civilized world
as the most universally satisfactory il-
luminant for all purposes the Cleanest,
S p o e t a i A t t e n t i o n O l v a n to
C. A . H A R R IN G T O N , P roprietor.
Wa M a k « R a t e s to
(’ « g u i a r * B o a r d a r « .
good serv ice o u r m otto.
A. F. Estabrook, Co.,
Sails weekly for San Francisco, carrying
freight and combustibles only.
W. F MILLER, AGENT.
Convenient, aod the CHEAP
EST light known.
That furnished by
R IV E R
c'ass and up lo date in every respect
The rates place it within reach of all
E L E C T R IC
C O Q U IL L E
FRANK MORSE, Prop, COQUILLE, ORE.