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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 25, 1909)
President Taft's Jersey Cow. Bi«»- Bargain List.
Coomassie Oxford Torment is the $4500 buys 45 acres improved
cf the Jetsey cow that has
ranch with buildings.
D F. DEAN, PROPRIETOR been installed
at the home of Presi $12.50 an acre buys a fine tract of
C O. DR7DEN MANAGER dent Taft at Beverly, Massachusetts.
laud 360 acres, 35 acres bot
She was purchased from Bert M.
C o u n t y O ffic ia l P a p e r .
Spaulding of Pembroke, New $800 buys balance
all in garden
See us for
[•UBLISHED EVEBY WEDNESDAY.
The cow is three years old and
Devoted to (be toeleriel «od social op dropped her second calf early in
. Id in so f tbeü oqaille Valle; partioolarl; June. She is a beautiful cow of
with us. We m ill give you
•id of Coos C ount; generali;.
obaoription, p e ry e ar.ln adv aooe, l.M the extreme Jersey type and is
proving to be a great producer. She
Phone, Main 65.
is royally bred and has in her veins
the best blood of the most noted Neathery & May -
Jerseys. She was sired by Coomas
TEACHERS OF COOS COUNTY, OR sie’s Oxford Lad. T. S. Cooper &
of Coopersburg, Pennsyl
W. H. Bunch, Coonty Superin Sons,
a recent sale, sold fifteen
daughters of Oxfoid Lad at an
average of $946.0o each, the high
NAMES OP TEACHERS. POST OFFICBAD est price being $ 2 , 525 . 00 . Presi
Myrtle Point dent Taft’s cow is solid color ex
Cora L. Miller
Daisy E. Deyoe
cept small spot on left flank, black
Anna K. Roberta
switch. Coomassie Oxford Lad
Ora E. Deyoe
66867 was bred by P. J. Picot
Alice E. Lehnherr
Trinity, Island of Jersey. Mr
Chas. H. Zeyely
Ranney delivered the cow to the
President's summer residence at
Beverly, Massachusetts, taking her
Mrs. Bertha Garrett
in a special car.—The Farm Home.
Mrs. Minnie Hermann
All Coos County warrants drawn
Raymond E. Baker
on the general fund and endorse
prior to January 1st, 1908 will be
paid on presentation at my office in
CoquilleCity. No interest will be
Mina J. Hall
allowed on any of these warrants
Florence E. Butler
August 21st, 1909.
Mars field after
he College Chap Jr., in
Dated this 11th day of Aug. 1909
one of the most brilliant
styled models in young
F. A. Golden
men’s suits ever shown
W. D. Reedy
Good Ranch for Bale.
in this city.
Mrs. P. Wilbur
Mrs. E. M. Rood
A well improved place of 26 acres Like all our
Margaret B. Murphy
with a fine home and good build
ings, crop, etc., on Fishtrap. Ap
Mrs. Selma Thomas
for us especially
Portland and Coos Bay S. S. Line
Every form of delicacy in this line, and all the staple
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Sails for Portland Every Saturday
I CAN SUPPLY EVERY ORDER
For anything to Feed Man, Horse or Fowl, and
my Prices are Established on the “Live and Let
EQ U IPP ED w i t h
Sails From Ainsworth Dock, Portland, Wednesdays at 8 P. M.
Ada I. Chapman
Mary E. Thompson
Harriett L. White
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Jennie L. Smith
Frances F. Fanse
Mrs. Ellen E. Kelly
B. F. Savage
Matilda K. Sleep
A. G. Raab
Nina I. Stahlnecker
Clover B. Miller
H. Josephine Griffin
Lyman C. Pinkerton
Kittie C. Wells
Lucile M. R. DeJersey
Mrs. Inez Chase
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H. 0. Anderson
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Anna M. Waldvogel
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Della L. Clinton
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J. E. Bright
W. A. Culbertson
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Jennie M. Bossen
Mary C. Marsh
Trean Louise Latimer
Rishia C. McDonald
Jay G. Grimes
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The rates place it within reach of all
H. W. SKINNER. Agt
Keeps iu stock a complete line of Rough and
Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Rustic, Ceiling,
W O R S E , P ro p ,
Our Dry Sheds are roomy and are filled with
the most complete stock of Finishing Lumber
in the Coquille Valley.
by Brandegee, Kincaid & Co.
Estimates gladly furnished, Prices as low as
N O T IC E .
but it is those little unusua'
here and there that
Any person cutting timber or touches
to a gar
hark of any description on the lands
Yard and Office, proijt St. near Depot.
of the Southern Oregon Company
or removing same, or other proper
ty, from said binds, without being looking at. Come in, then,
duly authorized iu writing, will be to-day—if only to look. The
prosecuted according to law.
Any person furnishing sufficient prices are very modest.
evidence for the recovery of pro
perty so taken and conviction of the
parties concerned, will be given one-
half of the property recovered.
Sails from Portland Saturdays at 8 p m.
Sails from Coos Bay Tuesdays a t seruice o f tide.
W IR e L e S.
Johnson Lumber Co.
PAUL L. STERLING. AGENT. CQUILLE, PHONE NO. 181
Coos Bay and Portland
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Oakland, ind. Ter. For sale by R.
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8 . Ktiowllon.
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and stand together is the key
Another Pioneer Gone.
note of Forrest Crissey’s
A 320 acre South Atrtean Veteran j CALL ON
second article on the farmer Bouuty Land Certificate issued by
Daniel Hayward of Empire, an
$2.00 IN VALUE FOR $1.65
S tr E liz a b e th
other Coos County pioneer, died All kinds of Repairing, lagging in his fight against dishonest the Departnient of the interior, |
commission merchants, Don’t Government of Canada, Ottawa,
Bunday morning at 5 o’clock. Mr.
and Carriage Work.
Hayward entered this county in
under the Voluuteer Bounty Act,
the early 50 's and has resided in
Then read “ Happiness ”— 1908. Good for 320 acres of any
Empire over 40 years. He died of
one of the prettiest boy and Dominion land open for entry in j
apoplexy having suffered several at All Work Guaranteed girl stories ever published. Albert 1 , Saskstewnn, or Manitoba. I
tacks since last March the one last
Any person over the age of 1 8 1
All in tbc
years, man or womau, can acquire
Friday proving fatal.
this land with this certificate, with
Mr. Hayward was born in Ohio
out further charge. For immedi
in 1827 making him over 82 years
ate sale— $800 00. Write or wire j
of age at the time ot bis death.—
L F. Telford, 131 Shuter street,
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