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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1910)
JAN. 26, 1910
I.o :al advertisements among local
Nailing five cent* per line each inser
tion. Cards ci thanks 50 cents each.
Oliit lary poetry five cents per line.
Resolutions of Condolence and lodge
advertising five cents per line.
“THE SENATOR S
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The lies Comedy and Dramatic Com
pany Play to Appreciative Audi
ences in The Heaziet Theatre.
Robeit L. Foster, a limber faller
in the cutup of the Codv Lumber
Co. at Lumps, sustained a broken
leg while working in the woods
Monday. As a tree upon which he
snd his companion had been work
ing,was starting to fall, they started
for a safe place, and as Mr. Foster
was climbing over a good sized log
a limb came back bis way, striking
his leg just above the ankle, break
ing the bones and causing consider
able of a bruise. He was brought
to town and placed in the Baxter
hotel where Dr. CuliD is waiting on
him and he is being carefully looked
after by his brother Odd Fellows,
and is resting as well as could be
expected at present.
“ The Senator’s Daughter,’ ’ last
N O T IC E
Thursday night, by the lies Com-
Notice is hereby given that the
pauy, was well attended, and from
the applause which followed each Church of Redeemed Israel will
drip of the curtain, we should judge hold its regular annual business
meeting at its church in Coquille,
Friday, Feb. 4, 1910, at
This play is a society comedy
drama of four acts, and while it 7:30 p. m., for the election of di
contains enough comedy to cause rectors and officers and the transac
many a laugh, it carries a good tion of such other business as may
heavy moral, and ends with a duel. properly come K fore the meeting.
Dated at Coquilie, Oregon, Jan
As usual each member of the
uary 20, 1910. Attest:
company handled his or her part in
J. H. James,
a masterly way, which shows much O. C. 8 anford,
natural talent as well as much study
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and experience. This was proven DO Y O U W A N T TO S E L L ?
by the fact that Hubert Addison,
If you want to sell your business
who is a mere boy ot probably four
teen years of age, took the part of of any kind, or if you want to sell
Lige, an old negro servant, who your property, and will make the
was a prominent character in the price right, I would like to hear
Give description and
bill, and handled it with an ease from you.
J. E. Smith 513
that would do credit to an experi
Chamber of Commerce, Portland,
enced student of the art.
There would have no doubt Oregon.
been a larger audience to witness
this performance had it not been
for the fact that this company played
the same hill here before. The
stormy weather may have caused
many who live out of town to re
main at home.
This week the lies company will
play the three act farce comedy,
“The Private Secretary.” This is
one of those plays that make you
laugh all the time you are there
and all the way home. It will be
staged at the Heaziet Saturday
night, and you can’t afford to miss
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Wanted, immediately, responsi
ble men and women of neat appear
ance to solicit subscriptions for the
Overland Monthly. Pleasant profit
able work. Splendid commission,
valuable cash prizes.
employment for hustlers. Give ref
erences, address Circulation Mana
ger, Overland Monthly, 773 Market
St„ Sin Francisco, Cal.
Mush, carnation wheat or oats
E. C. or toasted corn flakes, force,
grape nuts, malta vita cream of
wheat, shredded whole wheat bis
cuit, Columbia oats or wheat, at
Now is the time to have your
windows and doors rescreened.
The best onion sets at Knowltou’s! Quick A Curry has the galvanized
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Do You Know
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you wiSS Sov-e youl Sooks Setter if
you have a niee taSSe to jiSaee them
on^ youl lefleshm ents wiSS taste Set-
tel if you sehve them on a niee taSSe
we haoe Sots of niee taSSes in oui
Valley, and that our prices are right
W . C. LAIRD
60 acres river bottom land, no
improvements, ou county toad and
Price $ 65.00 per acre.
SLAGLE BROS., Proprietors
22 acres, with several seres bottom
land, nice house. Just outside the
city limits of Coquille. Price $4500.
Give us a Trial and be Convinced.
C h o ic e F r e s h M e a t s
w a y s on H a n d
115 acre farm, 4 miles irom Co
quille, on county road.
barn and other outbuildings, good
orchard. Price $ 6250 . 00 . $ 2000.00
cash, balance ou easy terms.
180 acre farm, all bottom land,
100 or more acres cleared.
BILLY 8CHR0EDER, COQUILLE. ORE
R. W a s s o n Dies.
George R Wasson, a resident of
Coos County since 1852 , died at his
ranch 00 South Slough this morn
ing o f complications due to his ad
vanced years. He had recently
celebrated his eighty-sixth birthday.
He was one o f the oldest pioneers
of this section and was a veteran of
the Rogue River war. He was
taken ill last Tuesday with a slight
attack of pleurisy and he rapidly
weakened until death finallyclaimed
Mr. Wasson was born in Bliss-
Brunswick, September 6 , 1823 , aud
sailed around Cape Horn to Cali
fornia in 1849 . In 1852 he came
too Coos Bay and had made his
home here ever since. He is sur
vived by a wife and several chil
dren, the latter being Mrs. Ira Met
calf o f Riverton, Miss Nellie Was
son of Marshfield, John Wasson ol
South Slough, James Wasson,
Thomas Wasson, Mrs. Cbas. Cod
ding, George Wasson and Mrs.
who survive are two sisters, Mrs.
Martha Parker o f Derby, N. B., and
Mrs. McAllister of Newcastle, N.B.,
and two brothers, James Wasson of
Golden, B. C., and John Wasson of
Minneapolis. The funeral will be
held Monday afternoon at 2 o ’clock
at tbe ranch on South Slough, bis
desire being to be buried near tbe
old homestead. A special boat will
leave Marshfield for there at 9
o ’clock Monday morning .— Coos
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j bouse and barn, all necessary farrn-
| ing tools, 35 dairy cows
! octe $112 00
80 acres, 35 acres bottom land, 10
acres in cultivation, bouse aud barn,
5 millions feet fine timber. J mile
from railroad. Price $ 7500 . 00 . Tbe
Inform ation W an ted .
timber is worth more than the price
Information is wanted as to tbe asked.
General merchandise business
whereabouts of William Costelo.
I have important uews for him from with large trade— no opposition.
One of the best opportunities in
Van Couver, Washington.
southern Oregon for anyone want
W. W. G ags ,
ing to go into the mercantile busi
160 acres of land, about 15 acres
F ever S ores.
bottom, balance bill. Very little
Fever sores aud old chronic sores cleared; fairly good bouse, quarter
should not be healed eutirely, but of a mile from school. Price, $900.
should be kept in healthy condi
Nice cottage, almost new, a bar
tion. This can be done by apply gain. Price $800.00
ing Chamberlain’s Salve.
Several income business proper
salve has no superior for this pur ties in Coquille at reasonable prices.
pose. It is also most excellent for
Lot 50x100. Front Street, Co
chapped hands, sore nipples, burns quille. A bargain if sold goon.
and diseases of the skin For sale
3 acres almost within the business
by R. S. Knowltoii,
part of the city with elegant resi
dence, an ideal borne, (get my price)
Some of the
Best Buys in Town
D. L. Perkins
and inspect the largest
and most handsome
line o f Gents’ Furnish
ing Goods in the City.
The Newest and most
handsome thing in the
80 acre farm all bottom and low
bench land. Bottom land all iu cul
tivation, bench land all in pasture
Large house and large barn, good
3 miles from Coquille
river. A snap. Price only $4250.00
For Sale— The well-known regis
tered stallion, “ Bruce Wilkes.”
Will take cattle or sheep in part
payment. Z. C. Strang, Gravel
y w y y
Will Always find
Patronize the Paper with the Circulation. The
Valley, which assures the
Medium in the County
When you are in need of job print-
X ing--printing that is printed right,
up-to-date and just when you want
it, you should
120 acres timber land—about 4
million feet of cedar and fir— j ce
dar, quarter mile from river. Per
acre $ 20 .
10 acres, all bottom, in cultivation,
on Coquille river, J mile from Co
quille. House and barn.— $ 2500 .
^ A D V E R T IS E R S
Wanted— By a good dairyman
and butter-maker, a small dairy
Six large lots and a new seven farm to rent. For particulars call
at the H ebai . d office.
room bouse. $1900.
One-half acre in berries and a
440 acres land, 40 or 50 in culti.
six room cottage close in, good vation, 8 room house, barn and
barn, chicken house and woodshed other buildings, good orchard.
Several acres timber, 5 miles from
If you are looking for a Lome you
Coquille, one mile from river, near
will buy this place for $1250.
school. Price per acre only $26.00.
Five-room bungalo v and lot 50x
42 acres, 30 or more bottom land,
mostly cleared. Good, new 2 story
Some of the beet residence lots house. Lumber on place for new
in Coquille, size 80x100, price $200 barn. 5 miles fromCoquille. Price
to $240. Terms $25 down and $10 $4500.00.
An elegant home with 14 acres,
For these and other good buys partly bottom laud, just outside tbe
city limits of Coquille. Nice 10 room
see S t u t s m a n & Co.
house, nice barn, young orchard,
Office on Front Street, opposite nice Bpring water to house. A rare
Hotel Baxter. Phone Mam 591.
bargain only $35u0 00. Terms.
A B ad Fire.
f GET OUR PRICES
We don’t want all your Money—Just
a little of
it will do
I the herald
N to m a c la
I r o n 1» I r i n m l .
If you have any trouble with
your stomach you should take
Cbambetlaiu’s Stomach and Ltver
Tablets. Mr. J. P. Klote of Edina,
Mo., says: “ I have used a great
many different medicines for stomach
trouble, but find Chamberlain’s
Stomach and Liver Tablets more
beneficial than any other remedy I
For sale by R. S
All Coos County warrni Is drawn
on tbe general fund ai d i udnrse I
prior to July 1st, 1908, will lie
paid on presentation at n v office in
Coquille, Oreg. No interest will be
allowed on any of thine warm its
after December lOtb. 1909.
Dated this 7th day of Dee. 1909.
T. M. D im m ic k ,
MRS. G. R. WICKHAM
Phone Main 13X.
Board by Day, WeeK or Month
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice ia hereby given, by Amos
Raines, administrator of the estate of
James E. Campbell, deceased, that said
administrator did, upon the 22ndday of
January, 1910, file his final report and
account in the matter of said estate,
and that the H 011 . Judge of the County
Court of Coos County, Oregon, made an
order on January 22nd, 1910, fixing
March 7th, 1910, at 10 o ’clock a. m. as
the time, and the courthouse in the
City of Coquille, Coos County, Oregon,
as the place for the bearing objections
to saiil final account and the settlement
of said estate.
Dated this 22nd day of
January, A. D. 1910.
Special Attention Paid to
the Traveling Public.
T. J. H A Y E S ,
W h en you have Real Estate for Sale
L IS T
W IT H
OE M ARSHFIELD, OR.,
tw The safe
amt reliable ta in ,
W h en you want to Invest in Real Estate
C A L L
t~ The New and
All persons having claims against said
estate are required to present the same,
Capt. Olsen. Maate
with proper vouchers, to the under
W ill make regular tripe letsee-i
signed. at Myrtle Point, Coos County,
Oregon, within six months from the
C oquille River an i San
date of this notice.
Dated this 2Hth day of January, 1910.
CHARLES I. KIME,
No Stop-over at W ay Forts
Adrninist-ator of the Estate of .1 H,
Will visit Coquille the 24 th and 25 th
of each month at Dr. Richmond’s
office. Expert service and honest
Toric I a - i .«,
“ 80 Easy” Mountings.
ing ot children’s eves a specialty.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR*.
Notice is hereby given that the un Broken lens duplicated.
Slinÿ the oSd one to us and we
wiSS take it as joalt joay on a new
one foh the joalSol. taSSes wiSS not dersigned, Charles I. kitne, was, by or-
der of the County Conrt of the State of
for the County of Coos, duly
eost you mueSi if you yet them f\om Oregon,
made and entered on the 4th day of
January, 1910, appointed administrator
of the estate of J, H. Kime, deceased.
Four citv lots, for residence.
The best buy in the city.
Registered Durock Jersey pigB,
the kind that latten on clover, for
sale by J. D. Carl, Myrtle Point,
Or. Phone 101.
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Shoes have won popularity with the
woods boys. E. L . Tozier makei,
Five lots for $500,
ful line of Jewelry, Silverware and Cut
Glass eve» brought to
THE N E W
Bv J. W. L exivk , Coqcuxc, U r .
that we carry in stock the most beauti
Philadelphia, Jan. 19.— With es
timates that from 25 to 40 girls
were burned to death or were killed
by leaping from windows, a fire
which destroyed the Ellis building
today, trapped at least 500 young
women, was the worst disaster this
city has known in years.
girls are known to have been killed
by jumping from tbe windows of
tbe second and third floors.
“ The numbr of desd must be more
than 40," declared Fire Chief Nax-
ter this afternoon, after making as
thorough an investigation as was
possible at the time.
fu w e CL
Leg B roken
J. W. LENEVE, COQUILLE