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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1910)
D F DEAN,
P R O P R IE T O R .
County Official Paper.
I.1SHED EVERY WEDNESDAY.
l ;r \ o t e d t o t h e m a te ria l and so cia l op
b ild ia g o f th e C o q u ille V alley particularly
>- , r C oos C ou n ty gen erally .
<i»h o r ip tio n , p e r y e a r , in a d v a n ce , 1.50
Phone, Main 55.
P. B R A N C H TO
M A R S H F IE L D
San Francisco, Jan. 13.— That
the Oregon Western railway, the
proposed branch of the Southern
Pacific between Drain, Or., and
Marshfield, Or., is to be completed
wi'liin a very few months was made
kL'.wn here today by William Hood,
chief engineer of the Southern Pa
cific company, who admitted that
he had been ordered to prepare
est mates on the cost of the com-
ph tion of the road,and that as soon
us his complications were finished
he would submit them to the heads
i f the Hariiman system in the east
f r approval.
“ I am compiling an estimate of
the remaining cost of the construc
tion, Drain to Marshfield, for pre-
suntation east, upon which will de
pend the probable decision to re-
Bume work on this road,’ ’ was
llo o d ’6 answer to the question ns
to whether construction work on
this important branch was about
to begin. He said he had been
working on his estimates for sever
al months and that only an unusual
amount of other important work had
delayed the estimates to this date.
Questioned about the report of
the sale of the Bandon and Port
Orford railroad, he said he was not
familiar concerning the sale of that
company or negotiations which
might lead up to a sale of the road.
He said he had heard o f the incor
poration of such a road by Bandon
capitalists for the purpose of tap
ping rich timber lands, but had not
heard of any construction work be
ing done ou it.
The probable completion of the
Oregon Western will complete the
formation of a network of railways
in the most fertile parts of Oregon
and California. Most of the coun
try to be traversed by this road is
timbered with white pine, vast for
ests of great trees covering the
land, which is reported by agents
of the company to be extraordin
The region is all virgin soil, ex
cepting parts near the old railroad
lines, and little agriculture has been
attempted there, on account of the
difficulty of transporting the pro
ducts to market.
Another rich section that the
new line will tap is that between
Marshfield, O r, and Eureka, Oal.
The section around Eureka is one
of the most productive in the state
of California. For years the steam
ship lines have furnished the only
transportation out of that port, and
San Francisco has been the destina
tion of most of the products from
that portion of the state. With
the completion of the Oregon West
ern, and the probable extension
down the coast so as to connect
with the line running north out of
Eureka, Oregon will probably take
away considerable of the business
that is now coining to this city by
steamer,at least until the comple
tion of the gap on the Northwi st
ern Pacific, now being closed, but
T he 12 gauge Pl.rr/?»
repeater is a gun o f perfect
proportions, and has one-third less
parts than any other repeater. It
handles quickly, w orks s m ooth ly and
thoots close and hard.
solid top prevents
p ow d er and gases b low in g b a c k ; the
side ejection o f shells a llow s instant
repeat shots ; the closed -in breechbolt
keeps out all rain, sn ow and sleet, and
the dirt, leaves, tw igs an d aand that
c lo g up other repeaters.
All 12 Rauy r* fflar///e repeater« have
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7A* ffla r/in /in fo rm s Fa,
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NEW HAVEN. CONN.
which Wl’.l t h ko
haut three vears IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, IN AND FOR
THE COUNTY OF COOS.
The d( ;si"U of the Southeru Pa
cific ofticois t> complete the Oregon \ G. E. Erdman,
W’estern is otdy « pari of the ex
tensive plans for the development i Margaret Erdman, |
of Southern Oregon and northern
| To Margaret Erdman, I lie above named
California. A year and a half ago J defendant:
the Modoc Northern railway w h s IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
incorporated in this city and the I OREGON:’
You are hereby require«l to appear
road is now being constructed from
from Alturas. Modoc county', in this and answer the complaint tiled against
you in the above entitled suit within ten
state, «cross the state in a north (10) days from the date of the service of
westerly direction to a connection this summons upon you if served with
point with the Northwestern Pacific, in this County, or within twenty (20;
now being constructed from Weed, days it served within any other County
on the Southern Pacific in Siskiyou within the State of Oregon, but if served
by publication, then on or before the
county to Klamath Falls, Or.
last day of the time prescribed in the
The Oregon Eastern is another order for the publication of this sum
proposed subsidiary line of the mons, which prescribed time is six (0)
Southern Pacific company, extend weeks, the last day of which time will
ing from Draiu across Oregon to lie Wednesday, the 2nd day of Febru
the Eastern side of Goos lake, on
And if you fail to so appear and
the boundary of Oregon and Cal answer said complaint by the said time,
ifornia, where it will coouect with the plaintiff will apply to the Court
the Goose lake and Southern line, for a decree forever annulling the mar
incorporated to build to Alturas, riage contract existing between your
self and said plaintiff.
Cal., and thence dowr into Tehama
This summons is published in the Co
The Oregon Eastern is quille Herald, a weekly newspaper pub
partly completed aud a large por lished in Coos Connty, Oregon, for six
tion of it is already being operated. consecutive weeks, beginning December
Concerning the rumor transfer 22nd 1909, and ending February 2nd,
1910, by order of publication made by
of the Oregon Ruilroad & Naviga-
the Hon. J. S. Coke, Circuit Judge of
lands to Hill the State of Oregon, at Chambers in
through Senator Perkius, Hood Coquille, Oregon , on the 13th day of
and other railroad officials declared December, 1909.
GEO. P . TOPPING,
today that they bad heard such a
Attorney for Plaintiff.
rumor, but were not in position to
K. Holversoo, the tailor, has just
C a n i f A v a r ( I i u u k i i i i ,- tn O r a l l i .
received a large lot of samples of
A little boy, the son of Chris D. suitiDgs. Call and see them mid
Peterson, a well known resident of get his prices.
the village of Jacksonville, Iowa,
had a sudden and violent attack of
croup. Much thick stringy phlegm
Call and See Us and
came up after giving Chamberlain’s
Hear the Music.
Cough Remedy. Mr. Peterson says:
“ I think he would have choked to
death had we not given him this
remedy.” For sale by R. S. Knowl-
FREE with $25.0«) cash trade
and n cash paymeut of $2.50
on delivery of machine. One
A 3 2 0 acre South Atncao Veteran
Bounty Land Certificate issued by
10-inch record FREE with
the Department of the interior,
*10.00 in cash trade. One 10-
Government of Canada, Ottawa,
inch record FREE with *5 00
under the Volunteer Bounty Act,
in cash trade every Saturday.
1908. Good for 320 acres of any
Remember the Aretioo record
Dominion laDd open for entry in
Alberta, Saskatewan, or Manitoba.
fits all kinds of disc talking
Any person over the age of 18
years, man or woman, can acquire
this land with this certificate, with
out further charge. For immedi
ate sale— $800.00. Write or wire
L. E. Telford, 131 Shuter street,
D EALER IN
NOTICE OF ADMINIS I RATION.
Notice is hereby given, that by an or
der of the County Court ot Coos Coun
ty, Oregon, made on the 15th day of De
cember, 1909, .Minnie Smith was duly
appointed Administratrix of the estate
of Charles B. Wilkins, dece. sed, and
that letters testamentary have been du
ly issued to the said Minnie Smith, and
that she is now qualified and acting.
Therefore all persons having claims
against the sail estate are hereb\
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
Administratrix of the estate of Charles
B. Wilkino, deceased.
Geo. I*. Topping,
Attorney for Estate.
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J. L. Sinclair, Defendant.)
To J. L. Sinclair, the above-named
In the name of the State
of Oregon, you are hereby required to
appearand answer or otherwise plead
to the complaint filed ayainst you in the
above-entitled cause and court, on or be
fore the 2nd »lay of February 1910, and
if you fail to so appear, answer or other
wise plead herein, the plaintiff will ap
ply to the Court for the relief prayed for
in her complaint, to-wit: For absolute
»livorce from you on the grounds of fail
ure to support, cruel and inhuman
treatment and personal indignities, ren
dering tier life burdensome, and for
such other ami further relief as to the
Court may seem meet and just.
Service of this summons is made up
on you by publication in pursuance of
an order made by Hon. John S. Coke,
Judge of the Circuit Court of Coos
County, Oregon, dated the Ifith day of
December, 1909, directing publication of
summons to be made in the Corjuille
H e r a l d , a weekly newspaper printed
and published at Coquille, Coos Conn
ty, Oregon, and directing that said sum
mons I h * published once a \v»*t k for six
successive weeks; and that the first
publication of said summons he mad«*
on the 22ml »lav of December, 1909.
C. R. BARROW,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
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In the Circuit Court of the State of Or
egon for the County of Coos,
Minnie Sinclair, Plaintiff,)
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Leave Coquille 9:30 A. M. Leave Bandon 6:30 A. M
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By virtue of an execution i*sue»l out
of the Honorable Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon, for the County of Coos
»in the 5th day of January, 1910, in fa
vor of E. Bargcron, Plaintiff,and against I
Miles Lnnimy, Defendant, for the sum 1
of twenty-four and 50-100 dollars, gold
coin, and twelve and 75 I00d»>llarscosts,
toget I er w I h 0 per rent per annum in
terest ami ac r tie i cost'*. I have I«’vied I
upon an i wi l «eil : t public auction, to j
the high*" t nod b*’«t hiddei Sol raid» in
han«l «*n S «turdav, tu.* I ! I» da v g Feb
ruary, 1910. al 10 •• ■>• k a. m., at the
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('«HUI v • «I Map I I (>• • I'Ll . HÜ ’ l.e rivillt,
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24th «I v ol F» I niai . 1MH, in mi p* the
fo!.owing d cm rih.d premiss« t.» wit :
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ti«*» 35 Tow nship 27 South of Range 13,
West »if the Willamette Mil ¡»linn, in ’
Coos County, Oregon.
Dated at Coquille, Oregon, this (Uh !
»lay of January, 1910.
W. W. GAGE,
Sheriff of Coos County, Oregon, i
By C. A. Gagé, Depntv. j
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10:30 A. “
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th e o u tsid e w o rld .
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A s its nam e indicates, this rifle reloads itself, the
recoil o f the exploded cartridge doing the w ork .
T his places the com plete con trol o f the rifle under
the trigger finger, w h ich perm its rapid shooting
w ith great ease and a ccu racy. T h e .351 Caliber
H ig h -P o w e r cartridge, has trem endous killing
p ow er, making it heavy enough for the largest gam e
Catalogue fully describing this rifle , “ The Gan
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O ffice, O p p o site B a x te r H o tel.
that shoots Through S teel," sent upon request.
W i n c h e s t e r R e p e a t i n g a r m s C o.,
N e w H a v e n , C o n n .