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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1910)
D F DEAN,
P R O P R IE T O R
aunty Official Paper.
H l.lSK K l) E V E R Y W E D N E SD A Y .
i b e m aterial and scoiai o p
|.< .u g o f theOoqnUle Valley partioolarly
f Coca County generally.
l o n p t i o D , per y ear, in advanoe.l.SO
I . v o te d to
A STAR SERIAL BEGINS
There is an arris. Ic in this number « il\
s . ig jo!: in it. D O N ’T MISS IT.
You L: ow some of the things
E verybody s has done.
TH IS IS
There is a stnrv by the •* Pigs Is
1 it's ” man :hst is one long ache ot
I..U hici, and back of these special
f at ires a big, tine E v e r y b o d y ' >
Phone, Main 55 .
H Y M E N ’S D O IN G S F O R 1909
C O N T IN U E D
» y f*j
M a g a z in e .
For sale by Collier A Getty.
Aug 24. Thomas F Sailing aud
A u g 28.
Ernest A Strong and
Erma E Hollenbeck.
Aug 28. Jay E Clary and Nina L
Aug 31. Arthur A Selander and
Mettie V Beyers.
Sept 4. Jas A Brockman and
Bror Benjamin Ostlind
aud Maria Emelia Johnson.
Erwin E Nelson and
Edna Flora Hermann.
S. pt 13. Pere A Petersou and Annie
Sipt 15. Jacob H Stone and Addie
Kept 15. Clias H Brouillard and
Jennie A Cuthbert.
Sept 15. William »1 Strain and
Alma A Bushnell.
Sept. 18. Henry F. McCracken
and Sylvia B Hanson.
Sept 20. Albert L. Volkmar and
Emelia E Shuuke.
Sept 20. Lorenzo D Scott aud Car
rie Elizabeth Johnson.
Sept 21. Carl J West and Gertrude
Sept 2t. fames P Murie and Ruby
Sept 24. William L McLain and
Lottie J Barnum.
Oct 4. Finley E Mast aud Ella S
Oct 4. Orville N Wilson and Edith
Oct 6 Nick Stanbone and Mary
Oct 14. Ira E Cornelius and Mar
garet Clariudo Brack.
Oct 19 Elmer Vineyard and Essie
Oct 20. Geo. Wheeler Candell and
Mary A Tiller.
Oct 21. Carl G Garoutte and Leah
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
j STATE OF OREGON, IN AND FOR
Notice is hereby given, that by an or- \
der of the County Court of Coos Coun
ty, Oregon, made on the !5th duv of De
cember, 19*>y, Altnnie Smith was duly
appointed Administratrix of the estate
of d ia ries B. Wilkins, dece, Bed, and
that letters testamentary have been du
ly issued to Hie said Minnie Smith, and
that she is now qualified and acting.
Therefore all persons having claims
against the said estate are hereby
notified to present the same with
proper vouchers attached, to the said
Administratrix at Coquille, Oregon,
within six months from the 9th day of
February, 1910, the final publication of
THE COUNTY OF COO«.
G. E. Erdntan,
Margaret Ertlman, i
To Margaret Erdntan, the above named
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed against
you in the above entitled suit within ten
(10) days front the date of the service of
this summons upon you if ssrved with
in this County, or within twenty (20;
days il served within any other County
M INNIE S M IT H ,
w ithin the State of Oregon, but if eerved Administratrix of t h e estate of Charles
by publication, then on or before the
B. Wdkins, deceased.
last day of the time prescribed in the
Geo. I*. Topping,
order for the publication of this sum
Att irney for E state.
mons, which prescribed time is six (6)
weeks, the last day of which time will
lie Wednesday, the 2nd day of Febru
And if you fail to so appear and
answer said complaint by the said time,
the plaintiff will apply to the Court
for a decree forever annulling the mar
riage contract existing between your
self and said plaintiff.
This summons is published in the Co
quille Herald, a weekly newspqier pub
lished in Coos County, Oregon, for six
consecutive weeks, beginning December
ENGRAVER a n d E L E C T R O T Y P E R
1420-24 l AWfHNCl DENVER COLO
22nd 1909, and ending February 2nd,
1910, by order of publication made by
the Hon. J. S. Coke, Circuit Judge of
the State of Oregon, at Chambers in
Coquille, Oregon, on the 13th day of
GEO. P . TOPPING,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Dec 9. Alois C Hofler and Mary
Clyde C Tourgee and
Dec 14. Jas Edwards Roberts and
Myrtle A Pennock.
Dec 15. E J Johnson and Sadie
Dec 15. Arthur W Alexander aud
Ada P Hatcher.
Dec 16, Bert C May and Jessie E
Dec 18. William M Westbrook
and Emily A James.
Dec 18. Herbert C Davis and Elsie
Dec 20. Thos G Leyland and
Enos A Torry.
Dec 20. Wilbur G Craig and Psy
che E Torrey.
Dec 20. Geo Washington Fisher
and Adeline Welsh.
Dec 20. William R Ocheltree and
120 acres timber land— about 4
Dec 20, Geo A Martin and Viola million feet of cedar and fir— } ce
dar, quarter mile from river. Per
SUBSCRIBE FOR TH E HERALD
Dec 21. Wallace S York and Lillie
Dec 23. Arthur Rice and Georgena
Call and See Us and
Dec 24. Wilbur L Ames and Eliza
Hear the Music.
beth D May
Dec 27. William H Cross and Sara
Dec 27. Leslie M King and Emma
FREE with $ 25.00 cash trade
and a cash payment of $ 2.50
Thos J Weekly and
on delivery of machine. One
Amanda J Hall.
10 -iich record FREE with
Dec 29. Stephen S Little and Hal-
$ 10.00 in caph trade. One 10 -
inch record FREE wiih $5 00
in cash trade every Saturday.
N O T IC E
Remember the Aretino record
All Coos County warrants drawn
fits all kinda of disc talking
on the general fund and endorse 1
prior to July 1 st, 1908 , will be
paid on presentation at my office in
Coquille, Oreg. No interest will be
allowed on any of Iheso warrants
after December lOtb, 1909 .
Dated this 7 th day of Deo. 1909 .
Oct 23. Manuel J Ostrow and
T. M. D i m m i c k ,
Oct 28. Augustus Hamilton and
Furn ish in gs,
Susan E Knight.
F a n c y a n d S t a p l e Groceries, F l o u r
Nov 2. Michael G Colemau and
a n d Feed.
Elizabeth C McDonald.
w r ite fo r o u r c o n fid e n tia l l e t t e r b e fo re ap -
Nov 4. S G Eggers and Marie Oli to
p ly in g fo r p a t e n t ; i t m a y b e w o rth m o n ey .
W e p r o m p tly o b t a i n U . S . a n d F o re i
Nov 4. Jesse D Kay and Alma B
am t T R A D E M A a K S or r e ti u E N
T I R E a tt o r n e y ’s fee. S e en n d ‘ mod« 1. s k e tc h
fin to a n d w ¿ s e n d a n I M M E D I A T E
Nov 8. William E Clements and
r e p o r * t o n p a * te n ta
‘ a b b ility
ility . W i e g iv e
f ie b e s t le g a l s e rv ic e a n d a d v ic e , a n d o u r
and Laura Leaton.
c h a rg e s a r e m o d e r a te . T ry ua.
Nov 8. Chas F Fox and Kather
SWIFT & CC
Nov 10.. John Barklow and Flora Opp. U.S. Patent Offlce.Washingtjn, D.w
Accepted throughout the c i v i l i z e d worl 1
Nov 11. John K Baker and Ora
as the most universally satisfactory il
Nov 13. Richard G Johnson and In t h e Circuit C o u r t of t h e StAte of Or
luminant for all purposes the Cleinast
egon for t h e C o u n ty of Coos.
Edna I* Noel.
Nov 15. Ira B Bartlet and Maude Minnie Sinclair, Plaintiff,!
Most Convenient, and the CHEAP
J . L. Sinclair. D efen d an t.)
Nov 18. Robert E Thompson and
EST light known.
To J . L. S inclair, t h e ab o v e-n am ed
In t b e n a m e of t h e S tate
Itis Z Blackerby.
That furnished by the C O Q U IL L E
Nov 20 Geo W Tope and Geor
a p p e a r an d a n s w er o r oth erw ise plead
gina M Wyatt.
to t h e co m p lain t filed ag ain st you in th e
R IV E R E L E C T R IC CO is first
Nov 24 Herman O Anderson and above-entitled cause an d co u rt on or be
fore the 2nd «lay of F e b r u a ry 1910, and
class and up to date in every respect
Bernard G Galley and if you fail to so a p p ear, an sw er o r o th e r
wise plead h erein , t h e plaintiff will a p
rates place it within roach of all
Edith L Campbell.
ply to t h e C o u r t forth© relief prayed for
Dec 1. Victor Wickman and Fan m h er co m p lain t, to - w i t: For absolute
divorce from you on t h e g ro u n d s of fail
Dec 2. John A Brown aud Olive ure to su p p o rt, cruel a n d in h u m a n
FRANK MORSE, Prop, COQUILLE, ORE.
t r e a t m e n t an d personal indignities, ren
d erin g her life burdensom e, a n d for
I)cc 4. Payson D Dietz and Ellen su ch o th e r an d f u r t h e r relief as to the
C o u r t m ay seem m eet an d just.
BEISTLE5 PLATESABE RIGHT
BEI5TLE5 BATES ARE RIGHT
R a t e s
O reg o n
TH E BEST C O A L
in coos c o u n t y
OREGON SHORT LINE
RAILROAD & NAVIGATION CO.
$30.60 From St. Louis
$25 From Omaha
52 From Kansas Cityj
TO THE PUBLIC
Writ« letters to every body you know
in tlie East and tell them about these
low colonist rates. Send them litera
ture about Oregon, or send their ad
dresses to ua and we will do it. In this
way you can be a great help in the
growth and progrees of your State.
YOU CAN PREPAY FARES
for anyone from any place if you want
to. Deposit the necefiaary amount with
our local agent and he will telegraph
Inquire of Agents or write to
General l ’assenger Agent
The Oregon Railroad A Navigation Co.
Southern Pacific Co. (Lines in Oregon.)
$5 Per Ton
Leave Orders With
Or STUTTSMAN & CO.. Phone l/Yain 591
E Q U IP P E D W IT H
W I R e L e S.
Capt. E. D. Parsons
Coos Bay and Portland
Sails from Portland Saturdays at 8 p m.
Sails from Coos Bay Tuesdays at seruice of tide.
THOS. B. JAMES, Agt
GEO. MULT0N. Aqt.
Johnson Lumber Co.
Keeps in stock a complete line of Rouefi and
Dressed Lumber, Flooring,
6 0 YE AR S *
E X P E R IE N C E
Our Dry Sheds are roomy and are filled with
the most complete stock of Finishing Lumber
in the Coquille Valle}*.
I RADE. lïlA K It»
D e s ig n s
C o p y r ig h t s A c .
A nyone »ending a » k etch a n d description m ay
quickly a sc e rta in o u r opinion fre e w h e th e r a n
In v vention
ts pro b ab ly p a te n tn
Com m unlciv
en tio n Is
h .e . C«:..
lio n s strictly confidential.
HANDBOOK on ~
P a te n t«
e n t free. O
agency fo r securfiig p a te n ts.
_ ldest t agei
P a te n ts ta k e n t th
u n ro u g h M uim & Co. *-eoelT«
ice, w lthou
ith o u t ch arg e, in th e
Estimates gladly furnished.
Prices as low as
Scientific American. Yard and Office, fror)t St. near Depot.
A h a n dsom ely Illu s tra te d weekly. L a rg est c l»
d ila tio n o f a ny scientific Journal. T erm s, f3 »
y e a r: fo u r m o n th s, $L Sold by all new sdealers.
¡NUNN & Co.,8,B" - "*»* New York
Branch Office. 625 F St* W a sh in g to n , D . C.
P. E. Drane
Service of t h is su m m o n s is m a d e u p
on you by publication in pursu ance of
an order m ad e by Hon. J o h n S. Coke,
Ju d g e of t h e Circuit C o u r t of Coos
C ounty. Oregon, dated t h e Ifith d ay of
December, 1909, directing publication of
s u m m o n s to he m ad e in t h e Coquille
H kralo . a weekly new sp ap er printed
a n d publish ed at Coquille, Coos C o u n
ty , Oregon, an d directing t h a t said s u m
m ons U* pu b lish ed once a week for six
successive w eek s; a n d t h a t th e first
pu b licatio n of said s u m m o n s be mad« !
on t h e 22nd «lay of December, 1909.
Î 2 G au ged
C. K. BARROW,
R e p e a tin g Sh o tg u n
A t t « n e y for Plaintiff.
B H K I I f F *8 8 A M
The 12 g»uge /77,WL*
repeater is a gun of perfect
proportions, and has one-third lest
parts than an y other repeater.
handles quickly, works smoothly
•hoots close and hard.
solid top prevents
powder and gases blowing back; the
s de ejection of shells Allows instant
u peat shots ; the closed-in breechbolt
keeps out all rain, snow and sleet, and
the dirt, leaves, twigs and sand that
clog up other repeaters.
All 12-gnuce 77 7a r//n repeater» have
*. mb!e e x trH c to rs t h a t p u ll a n y s h e ll, a n d
t e r u t o m a t i c reco il h a n g fire » a fe ty loch
i" «Ve«* th e m th e s a fe s t b r e e c h - lo a d in g g u n s
ffltrr/ ttt It gauge re
peater« In t h ^ e dis
tinct models, m any
grades and styles,Killy
described In our 136-
lor“ 3 stam ps postage.
7 / 7 a r//n /¡re a rm s Cu,
* « * Haven,
By virtu e of an execution issued o u t;
of th e H o n o rab le Circuit C o u r t of tbe
S tate of Oregon, for t h e C o u n ty of Coos
on th e 5th »lay of J a n u a r y , 1910, in fa
vor of E. Barg» ron , Plaintiff, ami against
Milt s h a m m y , Defendant,, for t h e sum
of tw en ty -fo u r ami 50-100 d o llars, gold
coin, ami twelve a n d 75-lOOdollars fonts,
to gether with fi per rent p«*r a n n u m i n - 1
terest ami Accrue»I cost*», I have levied
upon ami will s»*ll t public au ction, to
t h e highest ami l>est bidder for cash in
h a n d on S a tu r d a y , the 12ih d ay of F e b
ru ary , 1910. at 10 o'clock a. m., at the
Court House door in C «piilie, Coos
Co u n ty ami S t a t e c f Or* gnu. all th e right,
title an d in te r e st which th e -aid Miles
'.anim v, d efen d an t, had on or after the
24th »lay of F» l> ru a r\. 1908, in o r to the
following »lee» rihed premiss*, t»»wit: J
ni N. F*. '4 o» s. F,.
of 8 « e - :
tion 35, Township 27 South »«f Bang»* 111, |
West of the Willamette Mtridiau, in
Ct»os County, Oregon.
Dated at Coquille, Oregon, this 6th
day of January, 1910.
W. W. GAGE,
Sheriff of Coos County, Oregon,
By C. A. Gage, Deputy.
IN SU R A N C E
We have some of the best buys
in Coos County. We have at pres
ent some snaps in Town Property,
Timber, Farm and Coal Land. See
us before buying your home- We
will give you tbe best deal in Busi-
There will soon be a Railroad
here to connect Coos County with
the outside world.
where you should buy to make
money. Call in at our office and we
will tell you why.
come don’t forget to ask about Sun-
n y s i d e lots—80x100 for $200.
Schedai« oí Conoide Elver Trineportitioa Compon?
Coquille 9:30 A. M.
at 4 4
4:30 “ ii
1 1:30 A. 4 4
Arrive at “
U 4 » U
4 * »4
S e l f - L o a d i n g Rifled
A s its name indicates, this rifle reloads itself, the
recoil of the exploded cartridge doing the work.
This places the complete control of the rifle under
the trigger finger, which permits rapid shooting
wl-h grzat case ai d accuracy. The .351 Caliber
7' -,'i-I-v.wer ca.-rii'j , h.-is tremendous killing
*Tial inp l hi u-.
' for the largest gamfe
L a i . ogue tr.Uy
l f.At •
" iM fiM tri »
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w H aven , C o n n ,
Stutsman & Co.
Marshfield Office C and Front Streets.
Office, Opposite Baxter Hotel.